The Kapseret member of parliament hon Oscar Kipchumba Sudi has come out after a day long silence to warn those channeling presidential candidates results to relax and give the independent electoral and boundaries commission humble time to do its work.
In a short video he has posted in his Facebook, Sudi has told the those people that are trying to declare the winner of the presidential election to relax.
He has said that the azimio la umoja which has its tallying center at citizen television will fail and encouraged the hustlers that they are currently doing well and nothing is going wrong hence God is great.
"Azimio mrelax, hustlers mtulize boli wachaneni na IEBC wafanye kazi Yao. Azimio wako na tallying center Yao pale citizen television na wakati Chebukati ataongea ndio mtajua mungu anaitwa mungu," he said.
This comes even as anxiety among Kenyans is high as they are currently waiting for the IEBC to announce the winner and the next president.
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