Arnold Maliba, the campaign manager for Azimio la Umoja, has disclosed startling information on how Azimio la Umoja thought NIS would support Raila's victory. In a morning breakfast interview with Citizen TV, Arnold Maliba claimed that Raila's team had a weak game plan and fell to Ruto fairly and unquestionably.
"In Bungoma, the elections were both lost and won. Ruto was successful in displacing Raila from Bungoma and devouring our strongholds in the Coast and Western, "Arnold said.
Maliba continues, saying that Raila's team thought NIS would interfere with IEBC systems and replace some form 34As.
"One of our team members told me, in the past, that NIS would break into systems and replace some 34A's. That never took place. You may have noticed our top agent designating BOMAS as a crime scene and inviting investigative agencies at one point."
Azimio la Umoja waged a propaganda-heavy campaign, says Arnold Maliba.
"Without a plan, we run a propaganda-filled campaign. A lot of people let Raila down. Although I'm not very knowledgeable about law, I can see that Azimio may not have a strong case."
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