Kitale residents on Sunday during Azimio One Kenya rally got excited after Former Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni alleged how they'll reclaim back their presidential victory.
The Jubilee ally began by explaining how Raila defeated Ruto quoting the whistleblower's data.
According to Kioni, the 2022 presidential poll was unfair claiming that Wafula Chebukati collaborated with Kenya Kwanza allies to rig Azimio's votes.
The crowd got excited after Kioni told them that they were only 10 days to reclaim their victory. He revealed that they will do whatever Raila will instruct them to do during the mass action.
When the crowd was asked about the cost of food, they shouted back saying they were burdened and tired with the high cost of living.
" Nyinyi mlijitokeza mkapigia Baba kura, kweli si kweli? Na kura zake zikaibiwa na Chebukati. Sai bei ya chakula imepanda. Watu wamechoka na hii serikali." Kioni said.
This loosely translates to, " You came out to vote for Baba, right? But his votes were stolen by Chebukati. Now the cost of living is high, we are tired of this administration."
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