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"My Victory Was Stolen At Different Place" Rails Now Slams Secretariat Over Last Polls Disputes

Former Kenyan Prime Minister and head of the opposition Raila Odinga has admitted that Uhuru Kenyatta was only intended to back him, not run for office. Trevor Ombija interviewed Raila for a Citizen article about his opinion of Wafula Chebukati, the chair of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission. Ombija was informed by Raila that Chebukati ought to be imprisoned since he is a criminal.

Because their party agents failed to provide central vote protection, Raila Allies has been asserting that his victory was stolen at the polling place.

The head of Azimio la Umoja, Raila Odinga, has refuted the accusations and asserted that the national tallying center, not the polling places, was where his election victory was stolen.

In contrast to what the coalition's leaders have asserted, Raila claimed that votes were stolen at Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi.

He went on to suggest that Chebukati was the chief agent who stole his victory at the tallying center and should be put in jail for his actions during the previous election.

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Azimio la Umoja Citizen Kenyan Ombija Trevor Ombija


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