Renowned Kenyan-based economist David Ndii has claimed that two of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance allied members are missing for one month.
While pouring the blame on the outgoing president, Ndii claimed that the head of state has blatantly violated the constitution.
“An election official is dead, others abducted. Azimio leaders assaulted others on TV, and two abducted members of our team are missing for a month. President Uhuru continues to violate the law. Here on twitter only crime is winning an election judged free and fair by all but Raila supporters,” economist David Ndii reports.
An election official is dead, others abducted. Azimio leaders assaulted others on TV, two abducted members of our team are missing for a month. Uhuru continues to violate law. Here on twitter only crime is winning an election judged free and fair by all but Raila cultists.
— David Ndii (@DavidNdii) August 21, 2022
Without mentioning the names of Kenya Kwanza allies who went missing for a month, Ndii also recounted the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) official attached to Embakasi East Constituency, Daniel Mbolu Musyoka, whose lifeless body was found in Amboseli, Loitoktok, Kajiado county by herders.
The electoral commission chair Wafula Chebukati had also reported about the missing IEBC officials among others receiving life threats from politicians for allegedly failing to instigate electoral malpractices to rig elections for their respective political positions.
Yesterday, Japhet Dibo, an IT expert contracted by the commission was found alive after missing for three days.
Mr Dibo’s spouse Florah had reported the matter to the Kilimani police station of her missing husband.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati declared United Democratic Alliance (UDA) aspirant William Ruto as president-elect after commanding 7,176,141 votes that represented 50.49 per cent of the total votes cast, beating the constitutional requirement tape of 50+1 per cent.
Azimio – One Kenya presidential hopeful Raila Odinga on the other hand garnered 6,942,930 votes that reflected 48.89 per cent of the total votes.
However, Raila has protested over Chebukati’s results and vowed to exhaust legal and constitutional channels in the quest of seeking to invalidate Ruto’s victory.
He has launched a battery of lawyers expected to lodge an election petition at the Supreme Court tomorrow, Monday, before 2 pm.