Ahmednasir who is among top lawyers in Kenya and one of Kenya kwanza allies today tweeted on his twitter page that We haven't heard much from Professor Wajackojah on his dismal performance in the Presidential election. Is his silence induced by grace or shame? And who is he blaming for stealing his votes? Is he planning to challenge the results in the Supreme Court?
The tweeted, "Mathematically, 26 polling stations translates to a maximum of 16900 votes if there was 100% turn out in those stations. But we know that's not possible. If we assume WSR got all the votes cast in those 26stations, and we award him those votes, it still can't fill up the margin."
Alex tweeted, "Thanks to Wajackoya, the government has known the exact number of BHANG USERS, Something even the 2019 National Census couldn't establish."
Hussein tweeted, "It is constitutional that all presidential candidates relax and await for the outcome of the presidential elections to be announced by IEBC,thereafter they can make speeches and their views on the outcome of the elections."
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