Political scientist Mutahi Ngunyi has now raised a concern claiming that things are not adding up considering the voter turn out that was witnessed in Mt Kenya region and the results that is reported at the Bomas of Kenya.
Taking it to his Twitter account, Ngunyi questioned that if the voter turn out in Mt Kenya was very low what explains the 49% Raila, 49% Ruto in media? he has therefore asked the Azimio bigwigs to keep watch at the Bomas of Kenya where there is the tallying centre as he claims that the scientific logic is not adding up.
Ngunyi has now warned the team not to sleep because things might change all over a sudden where they will then start lamenting of rigging.
This comes as the race tightens between Raila Odinga and Dp Ruto with the marginal difference narrowing with kenyans also eagerly waiting for the final tally from the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati from the Bomas of Kenya.
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