Residents of Mt. Kenya have kicked out big names like Ngunjiri Wambugu because he stuck with Uhuru Kenyatta, who betrayed Dp. Ruto, instead of Dp. Ruto. He lost his seat along with Kanini Kega, the MP for Kieni, Amos Kimunya, and Jeremiah Kioni.
This election seems to be different from others because politicians have been admitting defeat and no one has said that the election was rigged or that there were other problems.
Chebukati, the head of the IEBC, had already said that he would run these elections so well that no one would have to go to court.
Kanini Kega, Amos Kimunya, and Jeremiah Kioni have already given up and moved on.
Unlike the other Mt. Kenya MPs, Ngunjiri Wambugu from the Nyeri MP town has not accepted the results.
He says that the numbers that say 70 percent of Nyeri's voters showed up to the polls are a lie.
Ngunjiri says that you have to be smart even to rig something.
He said that more people in Nyeri who voted for MPs than were registered to vote did so.
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