Well known political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has said that Kenyans should move on if William Ruto won the presidency free and fairly.
He added that if it is found out that there was foul play within IEBC,then it should be corrected at the moment.He adds that Uhuru is someone who believes in institutions.
"Kenya Kwanza, but haki kwanza. If Ruto won fairly, Kenya will move on. If there was thuggery at IEBC, we must correct for the sake of Kenya.Then the best man will win. It is that simple. Uhuru Kenyatta believes in institutions," Ngunyi said.
However, Kenyans attacked him for going against his earlier remarks. Here are some of their remarks.
Bianca: Which fairness are you talking about? Aren't you the same person who told us those who vote doesn't matter, only those who count the votes matter. You went ahead and told us Raila always lost because he didn't have the support of those who COUNT the VOTES?
Kimemia: President-Elect Ruto did not only win fairly but against all odds. You had the system, pollsters, media, etc but you failed, kubali matokeo. Perhaps you deserve a certificate of participation, nothing more. Kenyans are tired. We don't need petitions. We need to rest from politics.
Charles: The BEST man or the PREFERRED man! Kenya has moved on but you who believe in Institutions want us to believe it has not & will not until your man wins. Move on sir, we already have as Kenyans.
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