Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata has mocked Raila for complaining that Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) plans to interfere with the elections. Kangata says that the way Raila and his allies are talking is a sign that he has sensed defeat on 9th August. According to Kang’ata, every time Raila cries the way he is doing right now he has always lost the elections and that is what is going to happen to him on 9th August.
The claims by Kang’ata follow a publication by the Nation newspaper where the ODM party had lamented that Ruto’s camp is linked to printing of ballot papers through Wetangula. Kang’ata says what Raila and his team are doing is the usual cries before elections are conducted since he started going for the presidency.
“Raila has already started his usual pre-election rigging cries and claims after sensing that the victory is William Ruto’s to take. The victory for this year’s elections belong to DP William Ruto,” Kang’ata has said.
Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya through Raila and his ODM allies have been raising a number of issues with the IEBC claiming that if some of those loopholes are not sealed then some people may find room to interfere with the outcome of the elections. The latest incident links Moses Wetangula with the printing of ballot papers in Greece. The ODM party claims that Wetangula knows a thing or two about the printing of ballot papers.
However, Wetangula has denied those claims saying that he is not linked to the mentioned firm and threatens to sue those linking him to IEBC tenders.
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