Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi who has been vouching for a Raila Odinga presidency has shared his thoughts about the remarks made by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Vice-chair Juliana Cherera.
Cherera, Justus Abonyo, Irene Masit and Francis Wanderi hit the headlines when they disowned the presidential results announced by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati.
Juliana would however make the headlines when she flagged the results to have hit 100.01% and opined that 0.01% translates to 142,000 of unaccounted votes.
Ngunyi has however jumped in defence of Cherera and lashed out at those calling her innumerate and argues that she could have been right in her argument.
The seasoned analyst opines that should 14 votes be stolen in every 5000 polling stations that would account to close to 70,000 of the cast votes.
Time will tell whether Ngunyi is correct with his assessment of the Cherera argument with the Azimio La Umoja camp now heading to the Supreme Court to dispute the outcome of the presidential election.
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