City Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdulahi has done a comparison about the number of votes that President Uhuru Kenyatta had Garnered in the 2013 General elections and has compared it those that Deputy President William is Alledgely having currently.
In his own analysis,Ahmednassir has revealed that Uhuru won with 50 .5 percent of the total cast votes in 2013. Alledging what Deputy President William Ruto has scored against Orange Democratic Movement Party leader Raila Odinga, Ahmednassir has predicted that it is a 51.7 Percent of the total votes cast.
"In 2013 H.E UHURU won the Presidential contest against Hon Raila by getting 50.5% of the total votes cast.In 2022 DP RUTO wins the Presidential contest against Hon Raila by getting 51.7% of the total votes cast", reads a statement from City Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdulahi.
This happens at a time the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission are veryfying the form 34As as we wait for final results
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