Speaking in an with NTV Kenya, prime CS Musalia Mudavadi claimed that the allegations of Jeremiah Kioni that the victory of Raila Odinga was stolen is nothing but hot air. He wondered where was the so called whistleblower when this matter was in the supreme court.Musalia Mudavadi went ahead to claim that this is a cooked story to counter what Dr Wafula Chebukati and the two commissioners Abdi Guliye and Boya Molu revealed about what happened at the bomas of Kenya in August 2022.
Musalia Mudavadi failed to understand what really is the problem with Jeremiah Kioni. It's in public domain that even enen his counterpart in Jubilee Party hon Ngunjiri Wambugu told him it's too late now and asked him to forget and move on.
However, Jeremiah Kioni together with other Azimio la Umoja leaders maintained that they are waiting for Raila Odinga to jet the country and come up with the way forward. Musalia Mudavadi on the other hand believes that there is nothing like that and asked them to allow Kenyan move and avoid bring election mood now.
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