The ongoing political allingnments in the country are taking a new trajectory each morning ahead of the hotly contested general elections. The arena is now fully charged with Political sentiments that are meant to gather popularity across different parts of the country.
Dennis Nthumbi has today responded to Raila Amollo Odinga sentiments over boycotting elections of the printing firm for presidential elections were not changed. He has highlighted that this is a major drawback since there are only a few days remaining to the general elections.
He went ahead to claim that the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga has began sensing defeat where he has began faulting the IEBC. He categorically stated that Raila Amollo Odinga has already sensed defeat and he was preparing for a post election handshake after the general elections.
He has highlighted that no one can stop elections and anyone who wishes to boycott will be left out of the election.
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