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"Julie Soweto Was My Best Student, " Shollei Reveals Talk With Soweto Before Supreme Hearing (Video)

Azimio La Umoja Lawyers and Kenya Kwanza Lawyers, Willis Otieno and Gladys Boss Shollei have maintained that their parties won the controversial 2022 general elections in the Citizen TV's "The 2022 Supreme Show " that was aired on Friday night.

The Laywers, gave out their observations and what they learnt from the Court proceedings, adding that the petitions have shaped the nature and future of Kenyan elections.

Laywer Willis Otieno, Raila's Lawyer, maintained that the elections were tempered with, slamming the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chair Mr. Wafula Chebukati for playing a child's game of "Piki Piki Ponky Paka Mielo Disco" yet again in the Interview with Citizen TV.

Otieno asserted that the tallying stopped so early, and Chebukati called both of the Presidential aspirants Raila Odinga of the Azimio La Umoja coalition and William Ruto of the Kenya Kwanza coalition. Otieno, added that, only Ruto showed up, alleging that there was a planned scheme and the President elect had already been picked.

"The Tally stopped so early, why did Wafula Chebukati call Raila Odinga and William Ruto to go at the Bomas?. Then, Ruto is the only one who turned up? It was simply a Piki Piki Ponky Paka Mielo Disco, " claimed Otieno.

Gladys Boss, a Laywer representing President Ruto, on the other hand, stated that they were so ready to face the Raila's law team since they had all the evidence to back their victory.

She further added that Julie Soweto, Raila's Lawyer, was her student at the Law school and she was excited to have seen her but got hurt when she saw her allegedly giving false information to the Judges.

"We were ready for the petition... Julie Soweto was one of my best students at the University. When we met with her on the way to Supreme Court, we talked and I recognised her being at the SupremeCourt yet young. When I watched her present fictitious facts and doctored documents at the Supreme Court, it broke my heart, " said Gladys Boss Shollei.

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