After Azimio One Kenya Alliance leaders asserted that former Prime Minister Raila Odinga won last year’s election with 8.1 million votes, President William Ruto at last spoke out.
Early this week, Azimio leaders under the direction of Jubilee Party Secretary General, Jeremiah Kioni, asserted that Raila had received 8.1 million votes and that Ruto had received 5.9 million ballots, giving Raila the victory.
The Head of State claimed, however, that he won the elections fairly when addressing on Saturday in Kitale.
“I’m confident you now understand why I won the election. What other result would you expect when someone of Maurice Crowley’s status told people to collaborate with him?, asked William Ruto.
Moses Wetangula, speaker of the National Assembly, responded to the assertions made by the leaders of Azimio by telling them to be patient and accept that they had lost the election to Ruto.
“I advise everyone to slow down if they wish to bring back last year’s activities. We want to advance and address the problems impacting Kenyans, like as the food and water shortages and the problems facing the farmers, Wetangula said.