Prof. Peter Kagwanja, the Chief Executive Officer of the Africa Policy Institute and a former government advisor, has asserted what the inhabitants of Kangema informed him this morning when he was eating breakfast.
In a tweet, the ardent supporter of Azimio stated that the inhabitants of Kangema feel that Dp Ruto won this election, and if the supreme court overturns his victory, they will vote for him 99.9% of the time. He urges the Azimio la Umoja faction against engaging in a second election, as they will be severely humiliated.
"I am here in chilly Kenyanjeru village, Kangema, taking tea at Kwa Nyina wa Wangari Kiosk. Villagers tell me that if the Supreme Court demands a re-election or run-off, the "Chief Hustler" will receive 99 percent of the vote. To Azimio leaders, a more violent "Yellow Wave" will shame us, "wrote Kangwaja.
Raila Odinga and his team will proceed to the Supreme Court on Wednesday at the latest to dispute Ruto's victory.
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