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If Azimio Loses So Be It, Asking Uhuru To Interfere Goes Against Everything We Stand For - Mwangi

Kenya is yet to make a history today after the Independent Electrol and Boundaries Commission, declares the 5th president of the republic of Kenya. Many people are anxious to know the presidential results and the elected president. However, as the tension goes high in the country, some political leaders from Azimio la umoja-one Kenya are now calling upon president Uhuru Kenyatta to help in this election, claiming that Raila's votes are being rigged as final tallying of results is being done.

Here are some of tweets from Azimio leader calling upon the president to help out;

"President Uhuru Kenyatta you must ACT now or was this a long CON?Baba has WON the elections just Protect his WIN. What’s the point of Kenyans voting if we rig out the winner?" Babu Owino tweeted.

"President Uhuru @StateHouseKenya act now! This nonsense of delaying Baba’s @RailaOdinga presidency is annoying! The Nation want the declaration done today! What @IEBCKenya is doing is exasperating!" Ledama Olekina tweeted.

However, in relationship to the above tweets, Theo Mwangi reknown blogger has pointed out the big mistake the Azimio leaders are trying to cause is trying to involve the president in this election period. According to Mwangi, what made people to vote for Raila Odinga was transparency and integrity. He has allegedly stated that the Azimio team calling upon president Uhuru is going against everything many people stand for that's integrity and transparency.

"If Azimio loses so be it, asking Uhuru to interfere goes against everything we stand for, integrity was what drew us to Azimio." Theo Mwangi tweeted.

Mwangi's main point on this is that Azimio should remain focus and stand firm with its agendas as they await for the final Results from iebc. He urges Azimio team to portray a good image as before and prevent sideshows.

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