President William Ruto has today, 23rd of February, responded to Azimio politicians' claim that he rigged the 9th August 2022 presidential election. While delivering his speech in Kitui county, President Ruto castigated Azimio leaders by accusing them of propagating lies about IEBC during their anti-government rallies across the nation.
The president has noted that Azimio politicians' claims that the IEBC servers were not opened for public scrutiny during the 2022 election is a lie. The president has noted that the IEBC servers were fully opened from the start to the end of the 2022 general election.
The president went on to note that not all Kenyans will be fooled to believe on Azimio allegations on vote rigging. The head of state noted that the election agents from both Azimio and Kenya Kwanza sides had the access to the IEBC servers. Ruto also noted that the supreme court ordered the reopening of the servers and Azimio gained the access to it.
Kindly click on the video below to watch President Ruto's remarks on Azimio server allegations. Watch the video from the 4th minute to 8th minute.
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