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Top Mount Kenya Leader Breaks Silent After Supreme Court Ruling Today to Uphold Ruto's Victory.

Kabando wa Kabando, a leader of the Azimio la Umoja in the Narc Kenya party, has congratulated William Ruto. 

"It was a fantastic fight! Contests help to enhance our democracy. Only when there is both local and national representation are there winners. In Kenya, there will only ever be one president, one nation, and one people. No two of us can be independent. Justice is our guardian and protection. NOW IS THE END". Kabando Says.

"Congrats, number 5. You are now the father of the country. Commit to eliminating corruption, putting a stop to widespread impunity and extrajudicial killings, offering hope to the youth in particular, despising nepotism and tribalism, revitalizing Vision 2030, and improving Kenya's reputation, no matter how challenging it may be". He added. 

The National Police has begun preparing for the Supreme Court's decision on the petition for the 2022 presidential election, which will be released on Monday, September 5. 

In order to better understand how the decision would be viewed by the general population, the security services began transferring personnel, assets, and equipment across the country. 

Edward Mbugua, the National Officers Service's deputy inspector general, also instructed regional commanders to station police in hotspots in ahead of Monday's Supreme Court judgment.

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Azimio la Umoja Kabando Kabando wa Kabando Mount William Ruto.

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