Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi who is a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga has emerged details of the arrest of Chebukati if he is found guilty of committing crimes on the just ended elections.
This allegations by Mutahi Ngunyi comes after the Azimio team have moved to the Supreme Court to file a case for the nullification of the presidential results terming it was not free and fair.
The Azimio team who have pointed fingers to Chebukati alleging he announced Ruto illegally knowing there were rigging claims.
Taking to his official Twitter handle account this evening, Mutahi Ngunyi said,
"And if there were CRIMES committed by Chebukati, then #ArrestChebukati His CRIMINAL Liability MUST be part of the Supreme Court PRAYERS. His MATH is not MACHING. But in the MEANTIME, Let the BEST MAN win. All is FAIR in Love, WAR and POLITiCS."
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