Kenyans have taken to the Social media to roast IEBC official Juliani Cherera. This after the four Independent Electroal Boundaries Commission Commissioner held a press conference to explain why the election they found the 2022 general election results invalid. The suspicious Kenyans have raise concern of the percentage that Cherera had said that was amounting to a tot2022al of 140, 000 votes.
Cherera in her speech had said that the 0.01 of the total casted votes 14,000,000 votes is 140, 000. Kenyans have faulted the commissioner for delivering the wrong information to Kenyans trying to anticipate that there was malpractice by the IEBC Chair Wafuka Chebukati.
Mathematically The 0.01 percent of the 14, 000000 votes does not add up the what Cherera was trying to bring out. Raila Odinga has finally address the nation and said that he was not contended with the presidential election results and promised to follow the legal way to get justice.
William Samoei Ruto was declared the president elect on 15th of August 2022 days after the 9th August election. He won 7. 1 Million votes against his competitor Raila who garnered 6.9 Million votes.
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