Former Presidential Candidate Prof George Wajahckoya's former Deputy Honourable Justina Wamae, has now allegedly revealed on what would have happened had IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati granted ODM Party leader Raila Odinga victory in the August presidential elections.
In a statement, the firebrand politician lashed out at Chebukati's critics who were accusing him of 'illegally' declaring William Ruto as the winner.
She said that had Chebukati decided to grant Mr Odinga victory, things right now wouldn't be better. According to Wamae, with how Dr Ruto is currently running the country, with it on Odinga's hands, then it would be in a really bad state.
"Some KEs are saying that Chebukati will never know peace. Q1: If he took instructions from the deep state to have '4' on the ballot paper, then surely on the victory, the reverse would have been true? Let the man retire in peace he served diligently," exclaimed Wamae.
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