Ruto agents led by Professor Kithure Kindiki invaded the Bomas of Kenya and challenged the individuals who were attempting to smuggle in form 34As. Professor Kindiki was in charge of the operation. The agents of Deputy President William Ruto have made it quite plain that they would never let fraudulent papers to be snuck into the commission and that, rather than doing so, they will just leave.
A demand for responsibility was made to the IEBC by Kithure Kindiki and Veronica Maina, who were both "breathing fire," and were of course joined by additional UDA operatives. During the tumult, the IEBC commissioners stepped in to prevent the situation from spiraling out of control and put a halt to their intervention.
Because they are committed to bringing down the deep state, the leaders of the UDA have said on several occasions that they would never let any kind of vote manipulation to take place. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has, however, reaffirmed its commitment to holding elections that are both free and fair.
As is customary, it is abundantly evident that both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio are anticipating victorious outcomes. However, Kenyans are waiting to find out which candidate, Deputy President William Ruto or Raila Odinga, will prevail in the struggle, which is shaping up to be a difficult and challenging one.
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