Kenyans are still processing what Raila's agent Kanchori said about the events leading up to Raila Odinga's defeat in the August elections. However, the incident that occurred prior to Cherera's team's rejection of the presidential results has been revealed by the newscaster at NTV Kenya.
It has come to light that one of the most prominent insiders in Azimio, Rafael Tuju, paid a visit to the Yaya apartment that Cherera's team had initially booked.
It is uncovered that Tuju booked in as a guest on the fifteenth however on the sixteenth he visited room number 21. It has come to light that the four commissioners of the IEBC booked rooms in the same apartment as guests but did not display their names.
It is thought that Tuju was attempting to persuade Cherera's group to control the August surveys to guarantee that Raila Odinga arise triumphant in the August surveys. Not only was Tuju seen in the apartment, but several Azimio leaders had also reserved several rooms there.
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