The Saturday Nation newspaper has revealed why the Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Hon Raila Odinga accepted the president William Ruto's win. According to the newspaper, the orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga stated that the Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Hon Raila Odinga accepted Ruto's victory because of International Criminal Court.
According to the newspaper, the former prime minister Raila Odinga was expected to fight back for his presidency which he believes that the votes was stolen. Raila Odinga received a message from the international criminal Court asking him to accept the defeat and move on with his life.
Raila Odinga and his team are now planning to contest in the next general election which will be held in 2027. It is a good idea of the former prime minister Raila Odinga accepting the president William Ruto's win for the benefit of our country. Let us maintain peace among each other during this time.
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