Photo Courtesy: Cliff Ombeta
Prominent Lawyer Cliff Ombeta who was vying for the Bonchari Member of the National Assembly on an United Democratic Alliance Party has made new allegations on the Presidential elections that just recently happened and Kenyans are anxiously waiting for the results.
In his concerns, Cliff Ombeta has maintained that the current President Uhuru Kenyatta seems to have even voted for Deputy President William Ruto instead of Azimio La Umoja side presidential candidate Raila Odinga who he was supporting.
"I strongly believe that Uhuru voted for Ruto",reads a statement from Prominent Lawyer Cliff Ombeta on his Twitter page.
His allegations comes at a time when Kenyans are waiting for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to officially announce who is the President elect at 3 pm Kenyan time.
The announcement is after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission had verified the Form 34B as a requirement by the Constitution of Kenya.
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