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DP Ruto Allies Speak Out After Martha Karua Alleges Raila Odinga Has Won The Presidency

Deputy President William Ruto's allies have spoken out after Narc Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua has alleged that the Azimio One Kenya Alliance Party Leader Raila Odinga has already won the elections as new details emerge.

On Saturday, Martha Karua while addressing leaders at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, she has raised confidence among the Azimio One Kenya Alliance supporters informing them that they have already made their tally of the votes uploaded in the forms 34A on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Portal, saying that going by the numbers counted, Raila Odinga has won.

"There is no way the tally can be against us. We have tallied, just that we don't have the power to announce ourselves. If we had the power, by now we would have called it for us but we will wait for that announcement," Martha Karua has said.

Not overwhelmed by Hon Martha Karua's statements, Deputy President William Ruto's allies led by Elgeyo Marakwet Senator elect Hon Kipchumba Murkomen have fired back informing that,

"Between Kalonzo Musyoka&Martha Karua who is likely to take over as the Leader of Opposition in Kenya? I think it will be Kalonzo Musyoka because he has 26 members of the National Assembly and 3 Senators. Someone to confirm if Martha got a single MCA. Baba can’t do this thing anymore," Elgeyo Marakwet Senator-Elect Hon Kipchumba Murkomen has said.

Kapseret Member of Parliament elect Hon Oscar Sudi and a close ally of DP Ruto has also hit back informing Martha Karua and Junet Mohammed that they should stop lying to Kenyans and that DP Ruto is ahead of the Azimio Presidential Candidate in terms of numbers.

"Junet Mohamed stop lying on Kenyans, my friend. Sisi Kenya Kwanza ndio tunaongoza kule Bungeni," Oscar Sudi has said.

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