As the 2022 presidential election continue to hit up between the top presidential candidates for the top seat. Professor Mutahi Ngunyi has hinted through his official twitter page alleging that democracy is not in the voting but democracy is in the counting.
Professor Mutahi Ngunyi further asks Kenyans that if counting is done using state infrastructure who will win the election?
Professor Mutahi Ngunyi has been very controversial when it comes to who wins the 2022 presidential election. And he has declared his support for the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga's 2022 presidential election.
Here is the question professor Mutahi Ngunyi ask Kenyans!
"Democracy is not in the voting. Democracy is in the counting" (Tom Stoppard). If counting is done using state infrastructure, who will win?
Since I have been following professor Mutahi Ngunyi most of his Predictions don't come to pass. It is now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months.
You can follow his official twitter page and read more for yourself;
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