During his speech, Raila poked holes in the task that was executed by Chebukati arguing that he didn't involve and give an opportunity to some of his IEBC commissioners to have access to the information about presidential results.
This move from Raila has made a section of Kenyans to come out and dismiss his remarks. According to most citizens, the process was transparent because everyone in Kenya and outside could access results on the IEBC portal.
Below is how Kenyans have ganged up against Raila following what he has said about Chebukati.
"This round no back door government we're tired we need peace go to the court ruto our 5th president," said Amina Mamake Elah.
"Kenyans have decided that William Samoei Ruto is Our president," said Emmanuel Akaule.
"How does he deny all commissioners access to that information when the whole world had access to in in the IEBC servers, that Chebukati was accessing the information from? Raila go home and rest. You're now embarrassing yourself irredeemably," said Susan Muthi.
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