In addition, the outspoken Wetang'ula has listed five reasons why he believes Uhuru ought to speak out for the first time since William Ruto was named president-elect by the Wafula Chebukati-led Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Wetang'ula has praised Uhuru, saying that the departing leader of the country promised the American delegation that he would oversee an orderly transition of power.
"We'll even assign you tasks so that you can travel the world, just like other former presidents, to observe elections in other nations. The American delegation informed you yesterday that you were "ile tunakuomba tu vile." I want to thank you for telling them that the transition will be smooth "Wetang'ula stated.
He then alleged that Uhuru should speak up so that he could admit that his Azimio candidate had lost to their opponent and that, despite how he felt at the time, he would still cede power to the election's victor.
"In order to acknowledge that there was an election, kindly break your quiet. Two: You backed a candidate, three: That candidate lost, four: That candidate won, and five: That candidate will take over for you regardless of how you feel "further Wetang'ula.
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