Renowned political analyst Dennis Nthumbi said this while having a live interview with K24 on Wednesday 6th of May. After the politics guru doing his analysis, he has already identified statehouse contestant that has already started injuring the innocence of the Electoral body after knowing he will lose the election.
According to Dennis Nthumbi, Azimio presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga is already in fear and knows it will be an uphill task for him to ascend to power. Analyst has however claimed that this former prime minister has already started accusing the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission for his failure in the forthcoming coming elections.
Nthumbi now claims it has been Mr Odinga's habit blaming the electoral body, painting it black when he senses danger of losing the elections for the past twenty five years.
Speaking to the interviewers on K24 TV on Wednesday morning, Nthumbi said: "When Raila knows that he is losing, he will always paint IEBC black and this has been his script for the last 25 years. He knows that he's going to lose the election."
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