Raila Odinga, the Azimio-One Kenya presidential candidate, has accused his opponents of rigging charges in the August polls for the country’s top seat, stating that his win is a fait conclusion.
At a campaign event in Bungoma on Sunday, the self-assured Odinga asserted that during the August elections, all votes will be cast in his favor, and that stealing ballots will be pointless.
Mr. Odinga believes that his Tangatanga opponents are worried because they know he has already won and are making feeble excuses by accusing him of rigging the election.
“Wamejua wanakwenda kushindwa ndo maana wanasema ya kwamba watu wanapanga kuiba kura, hakuna haja ya kuiba kura, wale watu wa Tangatanga tayari wamejua wanakwenda kushindwa ndo maana Nitaiba aje na kura zote ni zangu, Nitaiba aje na kura zote ni zangu”
Former Prime Minister Kiir also claimed to have received congratulatory notes from Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and South Sudan President Salva Kiir when visiting both nations last week.
“I met with Museveni last week, and he told me that he already knows Baba would be the future president of Kenya starting in September,” Odinga stated.
“I even went to Juba to visit Salva Kiir to inaugurate a bridge, and they both praised me right away because they know I’m the next president.”
He also told Bungoma locals that if he wins the election in August, he will overhaul the economy.
He indicated that he plans to deliver a tsunami of change within the first 100 days of his administration.
Odinga was joined by a number of people, including his running mate Martha Karua, ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna, and Suna East MP Junet Mohammed.
Odinga went on a vote-gathering blitz in Misikhu, Chwele, and Sirisia on Sunday.