The political game is on and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see how things will turn out in supreme Court. With 2022 general elections gone, dissaponted Jeremiah Kioni who is jubilee party Secretary General has cinr out clear on the ended elections.
According to Jeremiah Kioni elections were rigged and the kind of rigging that happened in Mt Kenya region if not addressed by the Supreme Court it will be nonsense to hold elections in future. Jeremiah Kioni insisted that DP William Ruto now is aware of his actions and he is buying affiliates from all over to get control of the house in order to facilitate his dictatorship leadership skills.
Kenyans are headed to tough government if DP William Ruto remains in Power. With time moving and elections approaching things are not going to be easy bring that UDA some of its legislators had pending criminal cases. Time is moving with speed and things are expected to be better.
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