The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in one's IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati announce the winner. Things are getting bad to worse in. Bomet. After Isaac Ruto being admitted now protests have erupted over gubernatorial race. According to standard news,
Kenyans have reacted according to some, What happens if a governor bounces back like Ken Lusaka of Bungoma, will he do a 5yr term & still be able to run again for re-election in 2027?
Both Raila and Ruto teams appear ready to claim victory ahead of the official announcement of the presidential result. Raila has set up his media centre at KICC and Ruto at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), where the presidential debate was held.
If William Ruto Wins then that's a clean 20 to 25 years of Mt Kenya in Slavery under his rule. Kikuyus trapped on a Kalenjin party UDA. Such a Shame. Itumbi Davis Chirchir Raila and Ruto.
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