Dr. Miguna Miguna, a well-known supporter of vice president William Ruto and a harsh critic of president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga, has responded to a report that the IEBC is trying to steal votes in favor of the Kenya Kwanza team.
Dr. Miguna Miguna believes that Raila Odinga and his team have believed for the past five years that President Uhuru Kenyatta will utilize the IEBC and NIS to steal votes for them in the upcoming general election. According to Dr. Miguna, this team has realized that this will not occur and is now branding the chair of the IEBC, Hon. Wafula Chebukati, as their enemy.
He stated that Raila Odinga, via Junet Mohammed, is now stating that Moses Wetangula is more powerful than the military and police, and that he will use the IEBC to steal votes by pre-marking ballot papers.
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