As the day rolls up to another day of the new month, more reactions from the opposition party led by the party leader Raila Odinga continues to give pressure on William Ruto's camp. The former head of state Uhuru Kenyatta becomes one of the missed action members as he had just toured Nigeria as an election observer.
The elections just ended the other day and the winner was declared by the state with Atiku being the winner of the final result.
Today, reports have emerged that the former head of state Uhuru Kenyatta has met the Nigeria presidential election losers, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi. This has touched the hearts of many Nigerians go showing a good example. Peter Obi was a well-known man that many thought would win by far. However, many Nigerians are alleging that there was some manipulation of the results.
It also made things change as the runner's party leader Peter Obi alleged that there was no transparency in the final result.
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