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Former president Uhuru Kenyatta's lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has reacted after International Humans Right Foundation asked former prime minister Raila Odinga to concede defeat to the president elect Dr. William Samoei Ruto.
In their statement the International organisation said the whole process was free and fair and that Kenyans had expressed their trust in the self proclaimed Chief Hustler.
Ahmednassir has welcomed the statement by the organisation saying it is indeed very clear to the whole world that deputy president Dr William Ruto had won the concluded election fairly.
He has reiterated that no One will dare subvert the will of the majority who expressed their wish through the concluded general election.
"Very clear to the whole world...credible and verifiable elections....President William Samoei Ruto was elected by the people of Kenya...and no one...I mean no one.. can play hanky panky with the will of the people...," Ahmednassir reacted.
The organisation had further blasted Odinga reminding him that he should respect the rule of law and allow democracy to take its course.
"The results of the #KenyanElection are clear and verified by the electoral authority (@IEBCKenya), which has proclaimed @WilliamsRuto president-elect. Let us trust in the constitutional system and the rule of law. Out of democratic responsibility, Mr. @RailaOdinga should concede," the statement by International Humans Right Foundation read.
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Mr Odinga and his Azimio la Umoja Team have already vowed to challenge DP Ruto's win at the Supreme Court, terming Ruto’s win as null and void.
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