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Sensing defeat? Kenyans react to Junet rigging claims by Kenya Kwanza

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Suna East MP Junet Mohammed has now made claims that the Kenya Kwanza team are planning to bring in marked ballot papers using the Ugandan border. He went on to explain the plan in motion which involved sneaking ballot papers to Kenya while marking others in Uganda which would then be imported through the Kenya - Uganda border.

While addressing the residents in Kabete, the Azimio ally further alleged that a secret meeting took place between Ford Kenya party leader Wetangula and IEBC Chairman Chebukati in Karen where they made a deal on how they would rig elections for Ruto to win. He then asked Chebukati and Wetangula to respond to the matter.

Kenyan netizens have since reacted to the news. Among them, some felt that the allegations made were signs of sensing defeat while others argued out wondering why the Azimio team were afraid of rigging despite the support of 'deep state'. Others requested for evidence on allegations made. Below are screenshots of some of the reactions made:

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