According to Edwin Sifuna, ODM will accept defeat in 2022 if they lost in any election come 2022 general election. Sifuna is of the view that ODM as a party is not so much obsessed with winning elections for they can accept defeat if they lost free fairly.
According to Sifuna, they will accept the outcome of the election in 2022 for its clear it's the people who will decide. He is of the view that they will accept whatever comes from the people a confirmation that they will not move to court to contest the results.
Sifuna revelation is clearly a sense of defeat given the fact that they have before refused to accept defeat. Even in recent Matungu by-election, the party refused to accept defeat after ANC party won the election.
On the other hand the deputy president William Ruto has promised ODM party a grueling duel at the ballot come 2022 general election. According to Ruto, he was ready and willing to face his competitors at the ballot come 2022 something that could be shocking to the ODM team given his massive preparations daily as well support of hustlers across the country.
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