Inside alleged Chebukati’s visit to Raila’s Karen home

Inside alleged Chebukati's visit to Raila's Karen home

Former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Commissioners, Wafula Chebukati, Abdi Guliye and Boya Molu, paid a visit to Azimio leader Raila Odinga, prior to the announcement of election results, according to Raila. He claimed that the trio sought his audience and made requests, which he has evidence to prove.

During a public address at Jacaranda Grounds on Sunday, January 29, Raila refuted Chebukati’s claims of bribery from Azimio politicians to change the results of the August 9 presidential election. He stated that he has photos to expose the commissioners and called on them to explain their visit to his house.

Additionally, Raila accused the tribunal led by Court of Appeal Judge Aggrey Muchelule of being a political witch-hunt against former IEBC vice-chair, Juliana Cherera, and others. He warned commissioner Irene Masit of the consequences of standing trial but she chose to defend the truth. Raila further claimed that Muchelule, Chebukati, and Speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Wetangula, were brothers-in-law, creating a conflict of interest in the situation.

In response to the allegations, Raila called for the United Nations to send inspectors to Kenya for a comprehensive audit within the next two weeks, or else Kenyans will take action themselves. He also unveiled the way forward for Azimio, including holding public consultations in various counties, before resuming to Nairobi for the final stop.

Raila disregarded President William Ruto’s remarks and warned him to resign from office and hand over the mantle to the Azimio regime. He urged Kenyans to stand strong and be ready for their planned visits to different counties, including Machakos, Nakuru, Kisumu, Mombasa, Kiambu, Garissa, Isiolo, and Turkana. The crowd was hyped as Raila posed the question to the public.

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