Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance leader Raila Odinga has continued to dwell on the 2022 General Elections that saw William Ruto declared as the president.
While meeting grassroot leaders in Nairobi, Raila continued to accuse Wafula Chebukati of layong good grounds that saw Ruto allegedly rigged into presidency.
One of the strategies allegedly used by IEBC under Chebukati stewardship according to Raila is by distributing IEBC servers into foreign countries and undisclosed areas within the country.
In Kenya, Raila said that their two servers, one located at IEBC Headquarters at Annjversary Towers and another in Indistrial area, where they could receive results and channel them to a cloud server in Holand and another in Venezuela where Jose Carmago could change results in favor of Ruto and send them to a server located at Bomas of Kenya.
"Jose Carmago alikua anapata matokeo anabadilisha, za Raila anapatia Ruto, alafu anarusha Bomas of Kenya," Raila.
Azimio presidential candidate further mentioned Jose Carmago, a man whose name was adversely mentioned during Presidential Petition at Supreme Court as the main man who intereferred with the results.
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