According to Orengo, he has said that what they all want as the Orange Democratic Movement Party is that any presidential contestants ready to battle out for the Presidency should be prepared to accept defeat and that there should be no side shows.
"We have put enough measures in place to curb rigging. We want the winner who will be declared to accept and those who will lose to accept as well," said Orengo.
Orengo's statements have been backed by the ODM Secretary for Political Affairs Hon Opiyo Wandayi and who has informed that as the ODM they are guaranteed that this time round they will not miss a win and that Kenyans should prepare for Raila Odinga as the fifth President of the Republic.
"We have full confidence in IEBC as constituted. We expect it to conduct elections transparently. IEBC should not engage in any more sideshow but focus on delivering free and fair elections. This election is no doubt that Raila will become the fifth President," Ugunja Member of Parliament Hon Opiyo Wandayi has said in support of James Orengo's remarks.
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