The political muscles continue ravaging the country and despite IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati making the announcement, things are getting messy and ugly as the battle of words continue. Some have raised the question of where was the percentage of spoilt votes. Well, Kenyans are very careful and both UDA party affiliates and Azimio La Umoja Team Allys are eagerly waiting to see what will happen.
Section of experts have although warned that Hon. Raila Odinga action to go to the court is a waste of time and he may end up just like 2007 and 2017 where he might be sent back to the ballot and with the same IEBC commissioners. With this it will be just be the same story.
Well kibera Youths have been known to be the toughest supporters of Hon Raila Odinga and many times caused chaos in order to fight for Raila Odinga. Well according to this morning message, youth's have said they won't fight for any politician despite Hon Raila Odinga being there favourite political leaders.
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