With all the reactions to the last general election results that were announced by the outgoing IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati and his entire body of commissioners, the Azimio la Umoja camp has never believed that Kenya Kwanza's win was just transparent.
As we all know the kind of politics that we Kenyans do, the Azimio la Umoja camp has been calling for press releases and being led by the Jubilee party secretary general Jeremiah Kioni, they all agree that Rails Odinga's votes were manipulated to ensure that William Ruto became the winner.
Speaking to a press, Jeremiah Kioni has allegedly termed the 2022 presidential elections as full of manipulations. He also went ahead and gave the data that the mountain region had given and that their figures did not match each other. This became a big question for the opposing party troops.
However, there is still hope for the Azimio la Umoja party troops as they hope that one day, the truth shall prevail and that things would be better on their side.
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