Political Scientist Mutahi Ngunyi has broken silence with a powerful message to the Kenya Kwanza political faction.
Mutahi Ngunyi has notified the political brigade that rule of raw should always take the center stage at the electoral process, articulating that if the President-elect Dr William Samoei Ruto won fairly, then the country will move on.
However, Ngunyi stated that if the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission made irregularities in the electoral process culminating in the announcement of William Ruto as the president Elect, then the irregularities must be corrected through the courts.
He maintained that incumbent Head of State Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is a firm believer in institutions.
"Kenya Kwanza, But Haki kwanza. If Ruto won fairly, Kenya will move on. If there was thuggery at IEBC, we must correct for the sake of Kenya. Then the best man will win. It that simple. Uhuru Kenyatta believes in institutions," Mutahi Ngunyi stated.
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