The leader of the Wiper party, Kalonzo Musyoka, has declared that they will not be duped in the next general election.
Kalanzo forcefully urged Raila Odinga, the leader of Azimia, to maintain his resolve and keep fighting for Kenyans.
The Wiper leader said that poll manipulation is prevalent in all elections and that the current activities are the sole chance to put an end to it while speaking to a crowd at a church service that Raila did not attend.
According to Kalonzo, there has always been electoral injustice.
That is not possible.
On Sunday, he gave a speech at a fundraiser held at the AIC Kithyoko Township Church in the Masinga sub-county.
This occurs after Chief Justice Martha Koome took the oath of office on Thursday to serve on the commission selection panel for the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission. Remember to follow this page for more interesting updates and trending news in Kenya and outside Countries.
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