Good Morning Kenyans.
Azimio Presidential Flag bearer Raila Odinga finally delivered on his promise of challenging President-elect William Ruto’s win.
Raila, being flanked by his running mate Martha Karua, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and his other lieutenants, gave Kenyans a spectacle on Monday.
The once Kenyan Prime minister through the petition, came out gun blazing on the various wrongs and foul play allegedly committed by the IEBC.
According to the veteran politician, some number of votes were added to form 34C which in turn was used to declare Ruto the victor.
In a new turn of events, a famous whistleblower by the name John Githongo stepped out of the shadows with new allegations against Ruto’s henchmen.
Githongo claimed that a group of people were hired to hack the electoral body’s system.
He further remarked that the team of 56 people were instructed to maintain the total number of votes cast.
The ex-journalist also pointed out that the only way the group could alter results was by deducting votes from one presidential candidate to the other.
This brings us to the big question, has Raila and company finally put together a solid case to overturn Ruto’s win?
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