The 2022 Kamukunji member of parliament candidate Alinur Mohammed has made some contentious allegations regarding Uhuru, Ruto, and Raila.
The young politician claims that Uhuru Kenyatta has been playing Raila all along in a post on Twitter. He claims that Uhuru and Ruto made a contract in secret to blame Raila for Jubilee's shortcomings in order to lose him the presidency. He claims that Raila was given the entire load that Ruto ought to have carried all along.
"Uhuru Kenyatta, the president, portrayed Baba Raila Odinga. Uhuru and William Ruto struck a covert agreement. Raila carried the weight of the Jubilee Administration by allying with Uhuru Kenyatta. While Ruto distanced himself as the MESSIAH, Raila carried the weight of the incumbent position!" Alinur Mohammed allegedly.
The Chief Justice is currently rendering the verdict. Of the four points she has already dealt with,the respondents win over the petitioners. She says at some point, the petitioners manipulated the evidence before presenting them in court.
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