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'It Won't Happen' Ruto Ordered to Open Servers to Avoid Unrest

President William Ruto has been ordered to open electoral servers to show the outcome of the 2022 presidential poll or risk the nation into unrest.

Azimio One Kenya leader Raila Odinga says that Ruto must open servers failure to which the country won't be at peace. He also said that there will be no need for Kenyans to cast their votes in 2027 if those found rigging will be left free.

He insisted president Ruto knows Azimio won both presidential poll and majority of elective seats adding that he should challenge them with data in the servers.

Raila accused the government of burdening Kenyans at a time when the country is struggling economically.

The Opposition boss said the Housing Levy is an insult to Kenyans and should have been consulted since he knows more about Housing Levy.

Opposition chief has on various occasions told President Ruto that the cost of living needed to be relooked at because, at the moment, people are suffering.

This comes after Raila suspended talk which brought truce through bipartisan team.

Kenya Kwanza termed the decision by Azimio to suspend bipartisan talks as “premature” saying there were no irreconcilable differences between the two sides.

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