Azimio la Umoja camp led by its Presidential candidate Raila Odinga is heading to the the court to challenge presidential results. This is according to the Director of communications in the office of the Deputy President Emmanuel Talam.
Taking to his Twitter page, Talam claimed that Raila's Azimio team is heading to the court to challenge presidential results.
In what was viewed as an imminent Ruto's victory, Talam said DP's team is welcoming the decision and that they are ready for the challenge.
He said they are ready as Kenya Kwanza camp to defend their 'victory' and that theywill get double validation in the process.
"We welcome the decision of the Azimio Alliance to go to court to challenge William Ruto's election as president. We will get double validation; by the people directly and by the people through their courts. Ni Mungu!" Stated Emmanuel Talam
This comes even as the IEBC continues with its validation of forms 34Bs. The electoral agency ha maintained that it will fully utilize the 7 day period to give Kenyans credible elections.
According to Hustler Nation, Ruto will emerge victorious with 7.1 million votes as compared to Raila's 48.9%. However, IEBC remains the last authority stamping commission on results.
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