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Azimio Says it Has Not Exposed Everything, Says When it Will Reveal More Details

The Azimio La Umoja coalition now says that it’s revelations about the concluded presidential election are just a tip of the iceberg.

The coalition has been revealing what it knows about the election, data it claims to have acquired from a whistleblower, from within the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).

It has so far claimed that its leader Raila Odinga won the race, after scoring 8.1 million votes, against President William Ruto, whom it alleges only managed 5.9 million but was rigged into office.

On Thursday, the coalition revealed that the whistleblower has told it even more, only that the remainder is being kept private at the moment.

Azimio has suggested that the additional info will be made public once Raila, the coalition chief, returns from South Africa.

“At that time we will collectively issue a public statement together with the data and the direction the country should take following these revelations. There are more revelations in our possession that will unearth the filth in the 2022 general elections. This was not an election but a sham,” the opposition alliance said in a statement.

It was signed by seven coalition leaders, among them Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Jubilee Party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni, Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua and Azimio Spokesman Makau Mutua.

Others are National Assembly Minority Whip Junet Mohamed, Robert Mbui and ODM Deputy Party Leader Wycliffe Oparanya.

Azimio has also announced that it is only after Raila returns that it will tell it’s supporters what to do, now that it has evidence that Ruto should not be in power.

“In a few days, our coalition leader who is abroad will be arriving in the country and we shall give Kenyans a way forward,” the statement further reads.

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