Kericho senator-elect has now spoken for the first time after the Monday's unfortunate drama before the official announcement of Dr William Ruto as the President -Elect by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chairperson Wafula Chebukati.
Taking to his Twitter account on Friday evening, the vocal United Democratic Alliance politician who easily defended his seat in the just concluded general elections has thrown cold water at state organs.
According to Senator Cheruiyot, action should have been taken against a number of Azimio affiliated politicians who according to him tried to stop IEBC Chairperson Wafula Chebukati from making Presidential results known.
The youthful senator insists that state organs like EACC, DCI among others ought to have made a statement regarding the drama witnessed.
"Not a word from EACC, DPP, DCI, KRA or any of the state capture attack dogs in regards to the conduct of Orengo, Wanga, Ledama & Aduma at Bomas on Monday.Not even the noisy moral cops of the media.Imagine for a second that it was Kenya Kwanza doing that!" senator-elect Aaron Cheruiyot said.
The sentiments by Kericho politician comes after stand off was witnessed ahead of Chebukati's Declaration on Monday.
Leaders affiliated to Azimio Presidential candidate Raila Odinga claimed that the results which Chebukati was announcing were not true leading to scuffle which almost brought the country to a standstill were it not the entrance of GSU officers.
Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina who retained his seat on an ODM ticket was largely seen being escorted out of the premises by security agents.
The ODM leader has since made a statement regarding the turn of events saying he was thankful to security agents for seeing his safety during the day.
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