Agano presidential candidate David Mwaure who trailed in the last Tuesday polls have now come into Dp Ruto's rescue as he claims to have evidence on the goons who tried to interfere with tallying process on how they are linked to Azimio coalition.
Speaking to media this afternoon, Mwaure who had conceded defeated and promised to work with Ruto claimed that he has evidence that during the tallying process some goons tried to interfere with the tabulation process which caused delays and slowing of the process as kenyans were patiently waiting, he now claim to have evidence on how the individuals are linked to Azimio team.
This comes just hours after the Azimio presidential candidate, Raila Odinga has made his move by denying the Chebukati's final results as he reveals that he will head to the supreme court to challenge Ruto's win.
The Azimio team now heads to court as Wafula Chebukati has already gazetted Dp Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua as the President and Deputy President elect of Kenya.
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