It has been six months since the general elections were conducted but conflicts between UDA and Azimio leaders keep escalating every day. President Ruto's competitors have never been satisfied that he was the rightful winner of the elections.
New stories keep coming up everyday as Azimio look for reasons to show Kenyans that Raila was supposed to win the election.
According to him, arguments by Azimio leaders are pointless because the supreme court already ruled that Ruto is the president after conducting a thorough investigation.
Nyoro urged Ruto's competitors to respect Kenyans because they are the ones who voted for Ruto on August 9 2022.
That they are just wasting their time with allegations that are false and will not change anything.
He advised them to wait for 2027 if they want another chance because Kenya is a democratic country.
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