The Hon. Kimani Ichungwa, a member of parliament from the Kikuyu tribe, has spoken out about the recent general elections. Kenyans are eagerly waiting for election results, especially at the presidential level. In a video that was shared on different social media sites, the outspoken lawmaker, who is also a big fan of DP Ruto, thanked the people of the Mt. Kenya region in the Kikuyu constituency for voting him back into the National Assembly.
He also praised the people of Kiambu for voting overwhelmingly for the United Democratic Alliance for positions ranging from governor to county assembly member.
He also said that he was sure that the Kenya-Kenya coalition would win the race for president. He said that God has seen them and that they expect the IEBC to name DP Ruto as the next president of the Republic of Kenya.
All eyes will now be on Wafula Chebukati, the head of the IEBC, to see who will be named the next president of Kenya after the general election that just ended.
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