Here is what he shared on his official twitter page urging the IEBC Kenya ahead of this year's general elections!
"As Kenya Kwanza we are calling on the IEBC to ensure that we have free, credible, verifiable and transparent elections come August.
IEBC should not be coerced by anybody, any institution or Ministry.
We want the IEBC to revisit the Supreme Court ruling of 2017 on how form 34A should be used to tally and bring together Presidential votes. As Kenya Kwanza we will watch and monitor keenly to make sure the election of August 2022 is not stolen.
Furthermore, we are asking the Govt through the Attorney General to tell us what is it that is making the Attorney General constantly go to court to block Kenyans from knowing what is the collateral that was used to build the SGR.
Kenyans need to know the truth since they are the taxpayers and they are the ones overburdened with the public debt.
Thank you, the people of Baringo County for the warm welcome during today's thanksgiving prayers.
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