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"The Court is Ready" Eugene Wamalwa Says as he Sends This Warning Amidst Votes Tallying Process

Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance ally Eugene Wamalwa has broke his silence, weighing in the current vote tallying process ongoing as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) work hard to ensure they announce the right leaders who were voted by Kenyans.

While speaking to KTN, the CS has said now that elections is over, Kenyans should exercise some patient and give the IEBC humble time to do their work, so as to announce winners at the right time.

Wamalwa has however warned that for those candidates who will not be satisfied with the outcome of the elections, they should consider going to court to launch petitions instead of orchestrating violence that will divide Kenyans, asserting that the Courts are ready.

"The Elections is over and let the IEBC do their work and announce winners. For those who will not be contented with the outcome of the elections the Court is ready, take your petitions there and no one should bring about any form of violence because we are a community as the country and peace should prevail after the entire elections exercise" Wamalwa has said.

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