Even after William Ruto was declared the winner of the 2022 general election by the IEBC through chairwoman Wafula Chebukati and the judiciary through Chief Justice Martha Koome, Raila Odinga continued to contest the results, saying that he was the legitimate victor.
Since then, Baba has maintained that his victory was fraudulently obtained, and as a result, he refuses to acknowledge William Ruto as the head of state. However, today, Kenyans were left speechless after learning of Raila Odinga's most recent order to his foot soldiers in the Nyanza region.
The Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance leader reportedly changed his mind as he urged his supporters in the Nyanza region to show up and warmly welcome President William Ruto in the area, according to the Daily Nation.
According to reports, Baba counseled the county officials of Homabay and Siaya to welcome President William Ruto and work with him on community development initiatives.
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