Kalonzo to Raila: You have suffered for this nation, it is your time
Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has sought to reassure the supporters of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition party and their presidential candidate Raila Odinga of victory at the upcoming August 9 elections.
Speaking at the Kasarani stadium during the final Azimio rally on Saturday, Kalonzo said Odinga was the favourite to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, and that no cases of electoral injustices world befall him at the ballot.
Citing the recent court ruling that directed the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to include the manual voter register in the process, Kalonzo said the move would set the stage for a free, fair and credible process without any irregularities.
“We did our best in the campaigns and it is a sure win, and therefore nobody, not even you Chebukati will attempt to steal the votes of Raila,” said Kalonzo.
He went further to claim that the recent case where Venezuelan nationals were arrested at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) with election materials was a ploy by the IEBC to sabotage the electoral process against Odinga.
“I mentioned the name (Chebukati) because nobody is going to mess up with the aspirations of the Kenyan people anymore. I’m so happy that the court ruled that there must be a backup of the manual register,” he stated.
“I heard what the Venezuelans were plotting... wherever there is a stronghold for Azimio-OKA, they sabotage the process, the KIEMs kits fail, then people get tired and walk away so that they steal over two million votes of Kenyans.”
At the same time, the Wiper boss exuded confidence in Odinga’s victory saying it would be a liberation for the people of Kenya and the ultimate solution to the problems which have been troubling the nation for decades.
“I am happy to announce Raila and Karua are already victorious in the forthcoming elections. The whole world is watching and the time is now for Raila. You have suffered for this nation and this is your time,” Kalonzo remarked.
On Thursday, the High Court overturned a decision by the commission to do away with the manual register saying it was against the Constitution.
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