RAILA: Presidential candidate George Luchiri Wajackoyah in the recently concluded elections has hinted that he may go to court and challenge the president elect William Samoei Ruto.
Through his social media accounts, the Roots party leader made a revelation that he was doing serious consultations with his lawyers. This is what he wrote in the company of Lawyer Danstan Omari and another lawyer: “Consulting with my lawyers…”
On their side, the comments by his followers indicated that Mr. Wajackoyah was on his way to the Supreme court after emerging third with 61,969 votes. These are what his followers told him:
“One thing I love about our 5th,he has a stand, he never conceded and after Mwaure rubbished Raila’s claim, our 5th has never commented.”
“Buana you are a force to reckon, do you know you had 6.9m votes ukaibiwa ukapewa only 69k? Congratulations omusiani wefu”
“We are awaiting for your verdict, direction and counsel on the assignment we had given you. You should have never conceded that defeat”
“Don’t accept, but move to supreme court with like minded Kenyans. Do not be intimidate to shrink out democratic space by opaque results. Kenya needs your input.”
After deputy president William Samoei Ruto was declared president elect by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, George Wajackoyah joined Ruto where he shook his hand and congratulated him.
Mwaure had equally joined the Kenya Kwanza candidate and congratulated him. This came a day after he called a press conference and threw his weight behind Ruto although it was insignificant since his votes could not be added to the doyen.
Waihiga David Mwaure ranked last after George Wajackoyah after garnering 31,987 votes. On their side, president elect got 7,176,141 votes while Raila Odinga of Azimio got 6,942,930.