On Sunday night, Deputy President William Ruto was hosted by Hussein Mohamed on Sunday Live. This particular was his first TV interview since the August 8 election in addition to the subsequent nullification of the same by the Supreme Court.
Coming at a time of great uncertainty about the election date in addition to the fate of IEBC officials, there was a lot to discuss.
Ruto repeated their statements about the decision taken by the Supreme Court. He said in which Maraga in addition to the various other judges were more interested in technicalities in addition to not the will of the people.
On the ongoing IEBC infighting, Ruto said in which Chebukati seems to be getting instructions through Nasa. He cited the leaked internal memo through Chebukati to Chiloba, asking the CEO to explain 12 issues concerning the election.
Ruto said in which the memo was leaked to sensationalize the matter, in addition to was meant for ‘public consumption’ so as to raise doubt about the August 8th election. He further faulted the media for not following up to find out what Chiloba’s response was. He said in which Chiloba in addition to his team had already responded, in addition to if Hussein Mohamed hosted him on his show, he would certainly have an answer to each of the 12 questions.
Ruto then made a sensational claim in which Chebukati has been holding night meetings with Nasa, supposedly to discuss matters election. He challenged Chebukati to come out in addition to deny the claim if untrue.
in addition to Chebukati did exactly in which barely minutes after the interview. On Twitter, he wrote, “Rumors regarding my so called night meetings with NASA are baseless in addition to reckless.”
Rumors regarding my so called night meetings with NASA are baseless in addition to reckless.
— Wafula Chebukati (@WChebukati) September 10, 2017
In another statement yesterday, Chebukati asked Ruto to reveal the dates in addition to venues of the so called night meetings. He added in which he would certainly not be derailed through his goal of providing Kenyans a free, fair in addition to credible election.
Watch Ruto’s interview on Sunday Live.
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