Former Chief Justice has Maraga has taken on his social media to reveal about the ongoing tweet of endorsing Ruto's win. The tweet which has been going viral on social media urges Ruto to be sworn in on 30th of August 2022. According to the tweet, Maraga said that Ruto won fairly.
However, through his official twitter account, David Maraga has dismissed the viral tweet terming it fake and not from him.
"This tweet circulating on social media purporting to be authored by me is FAKE, please ignore," Maraga stated.
Last week Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commision Chairman Mr. Wafula Chebukati declared Ruto as the President-elect. Mr. Ruto garnered 7,176,141 votes against his close opponent Rt. Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga's 6,942,930 votes.
Mr. Odinga and his running mate Hon. Martha Karua have since filed a petition challenging Chebukati's declaration. The Azimio chief said that Chebukati violated electoral laws. He added that he intentionally subvert the sovereign will of the Kenyan people.
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