Azimio One Kenya Alliance on Saturday 13th August held an inaugural meeting at the KICC which sought to congratulate all elected leaders that vied through the Azimio ticket.
Of particular importance was what Kalonzo Musyoka and Martha Karua said while in the meeting.
Starting his speech with a reggae song, the Wiper chieftain proceeded to say that he was pleased by the election results achieved by the Azimio team. He particularly congratulated all members that stood with the coalition and all who supported ‘baba the fifth’.
He stated that Azimio had won majority of the gubernatorial seats in the country and they had to debunk rumors that were stating otherwise. He stated that he and his Azimio counterparts are confident of a win but he would not announce themselves as winners of the presidential results.
“We are confident of a win. We cannot announce…we are not Chebukati, but we know that justice is going to be done.”
The former vice president proceeded to reveal that a lot of information related to election rigging had been brought to light and that it was quite shocking to him, to realize that election malpractice was being carried out.
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“Mengine tumejua mengi sana, tangu jana. Yaani watu wnajaribu miujiza isiyowezekana…lakini wamepatikana. Kwa sasa, tujiandae tu, because constitutionally they have to announce the winner of the presidential race by tomorrow, hopefully.”
He urged IEBC to do the right and legitimate thing in regards to tallying and announcement of the rightful presidential winner.
He Asked Kenyans to Remain Peaceful
He reaffirmed that the country would remain peaceful after the announcement of the next president of Kenya.
Mr. Musyoka congratulated the citizens of Kenya for remaining peaceful and patient. He stated that the country had received international recognition for staying calm in this election period.
He asked Kenyans to remember that they are all Kenyans and that they should not mess around with motherland.