The Azimio la Umoja team have threatened to move to Supreme Court to file a case against William Ruto win as the fifth President of Kenya. Raila was beaten by Ruto by becoming the second on the presidential race.
Although a top politician in South Africa, Julius Malema who is the South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Party leader has urged Raila to just accept the presidential results and move on with his life.
"The EFF calls on rivals, the contestants, and in particular, Raila Odinga to accept the results of the elections and act with restraint with their supporters. It should never be in the name of any presidential candidate that Africa should re-live the harrowing experience of the past characterised by an elections aftermath of brutal violence,” The statement from Julius Malema party read.
Malema went ahead to ask Raila to concede defeat of the presidency seat.
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