Political scientist by the name Mutahi Ngunyi has revealed what Azimio la Umoja one coalition chairman and head of state honourable Uhuru Kenyatta believes in.
According to his evening tweet, Mr Ngunyi claimed that the head of state believes in institutions hinting that he is sure the supreme court judges will overturn Ruto's pronouncement as the fifth President elect.
DP Ruto reading the Bible during a previous event.
Mr Ngunyi further quashed the Kenya Kwanza team stating that it should be "haki Kwanza" which loosely translates to Justice first
According to him, If DP Ruto indeed won fairly, the country will move on faster and will experience tremendous development under his tenure.
However, he alleged that there was massive thuggery at Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC, and that affected the outcome of the 2022 presidential results.
Below is a screen grab of Ngunyi's tweet that I managed to capture from his official Twitter account.
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