CS Mucheru and the Chief Justice Martha Koome have urged the deputy president William Ruto to stop panicking. According to the two, DP Ruto and his team must avoid being scared as it's clear the next elections will be free and fair.
According to Mucheru, Ruto has nothing to fear rather he should continue with his politics to win supporters as that's all is required. Mucheru has affirmed he was putting forward clear systems to ensure the best candidate won in the 2022 general election by all means possible.
Mucheru has remained clear he has a strong ICT system that will deliver credible elections hence Ruto has nothing to panic about whatsoever. According to him, it's only fair that institutions of government are respected for they represent majority Kenyans in fair decisions.
On her part Martha Koome has remained clear she was not after meddling with elections revealing her contribution in the elections team is what will see fairness. However as we move forward only time will tell of what will happen ahead of the 2022 general election for clearly we live in interesting times given Mucheru has already taken sides in support of Raila Odinga.
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