Fresh details have continued coming up following Raila's whistleblower that has triggered different reactions. As we speak, the Azimio La Umoja management has already prepare a bunch of things they are going to address tomorrow. However, details have been leaked about a fraction of things that will be addressed to Kenyans. Among them, it is the story of the omitted 46 constituencies.
Citizen TV source has confirmed that Azimio will explain about the omitted votes from 46 constituencies. It is said that they were not included to ensure President William Ruto won. Additionally, they will again point fingers at Ruto's government for what he lied to Kenyans then landed in office and forgot about everything starting with prices of the basic commodities.
Most Kenyans are just so curious over this as they wait to see how the day will end. Meanwhile, Raila has called for security to enable him function effectively and assure Kenyans of security.
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