Joho has predicted that the former premier Raila Odinga would be declared the winner of the presidential race by Chebukati. According to Joho, he can see Azimio winning and he is only waiting for the announcement before he begins celebrations.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/HassanAliJoho/status/1559066508093014017?s=20&t=tQkgWIVq7CRW_lupzgAdlQ
Joho is confident that Raila Odinga would win the presidential race and it's a matter of time before he is finally declared the winner. Azimio leaders have been at the forefront celebrating though it's evident the deputy president William Ruto has more numbers as per the tally.
Joho who was announced by Raila Odinga that he would be the Cabinet Secretary for lands if Azimio won the election. However it's clear such has failed to materialize for the deputy president William Ruto seems way ahead of Azimio.
All provisional results which have been released by IEBC show the deputy president William Ruto is winning. However maybe Joho is waiting for president Uhuru Kenyatta to intervene and help them at the Bomas of Kenya. It's evident Chebukati has remained independent and completely refused to manipulate results as casted in favour of any candidate.
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