Elected Member of Parliament Embakasi East, Babu Owino have been forced to do mathematics calculation just to prove to the public that Independent Electoral Boundaries Commissioner, Juliana Cherera was right. As seen through a post shared on Facebook just a few minutes ago, Babu did a 0.01% maths calculation then showed to his online followers.
Babu Owino's mathematics calculation followed a number of speculation that Juliana did a wrong calculations after she equated 0.01% to 142,000 votes. As seen on the post shared by Babu just a few minutes ago, the controversial politician proved that Juliana was right as he shares calculation. "Study this carefully. Mathematics 101", Babu captioned his post.
The Member of Parliament went ahead and explained how Juliana arrived at the figures she mentioned. Kenyans on social media did not hesitate to comment on the post. As seen on Owino's post, majority claimed that he has done a wrong calculations. Here is the full post.
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