Speaking today in Nakuru County the deputy President William Ruto has warned against any attempt by government to rig William Ruto's votes. The ANC party leader is clear he will defend fully what belongs to William Ruto and Kenya Kwanza will have agents in all polling stations across the country.
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Mudavadi is clear any attempt to rig out William Ruto in the upcoming August 9th polls will be met by resistance and a lot of force. He is clear the ICT and CA are some of the agents of government who are trying to manipulate the IEBC to attain an ulterior motive.
Mudavadi is clear as we go into the future, they will fight hard to stop any attempt to rig out the August 9th polls for they cannot accept such. The Kenya Kwanza camp is focused and ready to stop any attempt to steal the votes by force.
However as we move into the future, some Kenyans especially those in Azimio feel it's like Ruto's camp has started to panic. What happens going into the ballot only time will tell for it's a fact the government is trying to manipulate the August 9th poll results to push their agenda of Raila Odinga.
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