Farah Maalim has described Jeremiah Kioni allegations that Azimio won the August 9th polls against William Ruto as the highest form of hallucinations. Jeremiah Kioni had alleged that the Azimio coalition defeated Ruto by close to 2 million votes. Interestingly, this was not demonstrated at the supreme Court.
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The Azimio outfit has been at the forefront making allegations that they won the August 9th polls. However when challenged to prove of their allegations, the coalition has been unable to tell the country of how they lost their votes.
Farah Maalim wants the Azimio coalition where he belongs to accept that they lost the August 9th polls and move on. According to Maalim, it's a fact that Raila Odinga lost fairly and squarely as well will lose again if he faces president Ruto at the ballot.
Kenyans are waiting to know of what becomes of Azimio coalition given the challenging times. It's a fact that Azimio efforts to deny the results of the August 9th polls have left them with an egg on their face for majority Kenyans know the exact truth.
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