Details have emerged about the rigging of the 2013 and 2014 elections. While Speaking during his latest tour in Kajiado County yesterday, the former vice president claims that President Uhuru Kenyatta did not participate or be involved in the rigging process.
The One Kenya alliance leader claims that the man behind the whole process was the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate who is also the UDA leader Dr. William Ruto.
The wiper leader further argued that his scheme was evident and clearly seen during the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) nominations. This comes after several aspirants who participated in the process have threatened to leave the party after claims of irregularities emerged.
This statements from political leaders are not good during this time as we are approaching elections. They may cause hate and repetition of what happened back in 2007. As leaders we should make sure we sieve what comes out of our mouths rather that just speaking what we think.
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