Deputy President William Ruto is planning to cause violence, and bribe voters in Raila's Backyards of Ukambani, Coast, and Nyanza Region to create Voters' apathy a move that is likely to Deny Raila the required Numbers, Wiper Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka has sensationally claimed without providing evidence.
Speaking during Raila's Mega Rally at Sara in International Stadium where he spent the better part of his speech congratulating the High Court over its latest ruling to have IEBC use Manual Register as a secondary Method for identification in case items Kits fail, the man from Tseikuru has also exuded confidence that Karua and Raila will win the contest adding that all avenues where Ruto would steal the votes have been sealed.
"2017 Ruto Alituibia Kura. Round Hii Tunakwambia ya Kwamba Mashimo Yote Imezimbwa. We are also getting reports that you are planning to cause voters' apathy in Azimio strongholds, Kindly be warned..." Kalonzo Said.
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