Suna East legislatior Junet Mohammed, has today a few minutes ago in Maralal, Samburu County told the Deputy President William Ruto that even if he keeps the tallying system in his bedroom, he will still be defeated by Raila Amolo Odinga. The huge crowd has cheered on Junet's remarks.
Junet has started by raising two lies that he believes Ruto said while in his UK visit. According to him, Ruto earlier claimed that he did not employ anyone in Uhuru's government. Junet has questioned if indeed Ruto did not employ anyone as he claims, then who employed Charles Keter, Cheregui and the former cabinet secretary of treasury Henry Rotich. The crowd cheered him further.
Junet has furiously told Ruto to go cheat elsewhere but not in Kenya. He has further stated that during 2017 general elections, Ruto clearly stated that it was the IEBC's work to count votes. Now he has realised that he is alone and is claiming that the IEBC will rig August 9 polls. Junet has told the DP, that even if he keeps the tallying system in his bedroom, Raila will still beat him on August 9 polls.
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