Popular Kenyan political analyst Herman Manyora has recently had some interesting opinions regarding the fate of the 2022 elections.
First, Manyora reacted to the audio clip of Ruto revealing his desire to slap Uhuru in 2017. According to Manyora, the DP wanted to prove that Uhuru was an incompetent leader after making those claims.
The analyst also hinted that there will indeed be rigging of elections in August, despite both Raila and Ruto promising to put up a fight in terms of protecting their votes from getting stolen.
However, according to Herman Manyora, both leaders will reportedly take part in the vote rigging plans. He however had a warning for both Raila and Ruto.
Manyora revealed that Kenyan politicians had used multiple means to rig elections over the years from when the electoral process first began.
However, there had been changes made to the rigging system in every election. Hence, the political analyst went on to warn that only a fool would repeat the vote rigging system used in the previous system.
According to Manyora the IEBC transmission system was used to rig the 2017 elections. He went on to allege that candidates were now planning to rig using the register method in August. "Only a fool can use same methods to interfere with elections." Manyora claimed.
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