Contesting and conceding is one of the expected outcomes in any competition.
Kenyan general elections in many occassions see candidates of various elective post engaging in court battles contesting outcome of the final results.
A video clip has been shared by a Facebook user Odhiambo Levin Opiyo showing Former Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu Contesting Presidential Results in 1997 General election where she was a presidential candidate.
In the video, fearless Ngilu is seen exchanging words with people believed to election officials and later a senior officer as she boards her vehicle.
Ngilu in the video claims that one of his main competitor former President Daniel Moi threaten and intimidated her by telling that she will not even get out of her own constituency as a member of parliament.
She is further heard mentioning the name of Gideon Moi as a man who had come and camped at the said polling station in order to ensure that 'riging' took place.
Ngilu is known for defending votes especially presidential results fir decades.
In the ongoing elections, Ngilu and other Azimio legislators were captured in a video holding a presiding officers from Nairobi claiming that he had elections materials that he was planning to use in rigging elections.
Watch video here
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