All eyes now glued on televisions and news media as tension grows higher, political temperatures rattling the sphere of news making headlines every now and then.
And now, one of kenya's political analyst and a known lawyer, Kamotho Waiganjo, has broken silence on the tensional question that has been running on the minds of almost every Kenyan; Can Kenya afford or have another presidential election this time round?
Speaking through KTN media,Kamotho alleges that it's impossible for Kenya to afford another election. He supports his assertion by referring to the current article 34A of the constitution. "One thing that Kenya cannot afford right now is another election. This time as far, as far as the result on form 34A is concerned. It's going to be an uphill task to challege it" he says.
However, on the other hand, the question gains more weight following the emerging elections results from the IEBC portal. For example, reports says that Azimio holds a lead in the number of national assembly winners from the party countrywide, so does Kenya Kwanza in the senatorial and from several governmental positions. Whats your view? Follow and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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