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Raila reveals details on the call with Ruto before Presidential results

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Azimio pioneer Raila Odinga represented whenever about the telephone first call discussion he had with the President-elect William Ruto hours before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati declared the outcomes.

Raila conceded that Ruto for sure called him to mind him and that they consented to meet and have a discussion after the political decision results.

In a meeting with BBC News Africa on Monday, August 29, Raila additionally disclosed that their telephone discussion was about the result of the surveys and that they would hold talks later.

“He called me before the outcomes were declared and just welcomed me and we shared with ourselves around then, since we didn’t have any idea what planned to emerge, that we would meet and talk,” Raila told the BBC’s Focus on Africa.

A file image of Ruto and Raila
A file image of Ruto and Raila

Regardless of settling on having a discussion after the statement by Chebukati, he expressed that the gathering has never occurred.

This even as he persevered that the Kenya Kwanza alliance pioneer didn’t win the political race through a fair, straightforward and trustworthy cycle.

Raila, who competed for the administration on August 9 for a fifth time frame, guaranteed that Ruto knew that he had not won the surveys.

“We’ve not met, neither have we talked since that time since I don’t completely accept that that he is the duly elected president. I feel that I ought to be the duly elected president. What’s more, he knows it, somewhere down in his heart that he didn’t win these decisions, however a recipient of discretionary misrepresentation,” he said.

In the wake of being given over the official political race champ’s endorsement at the National Tallying Center, Ruto held a joint meeting with various columnists when he uncovered subtleties of the call.

“Perhaps I ought to unveil that today I called my rival, Raila Odinga and we concurred no matter what the result of the races, we ought to have a discussion,” Ruto expressed.

Ruto stood his grounds that the call was about the political decision result yet wouldn’t impart capacity to his political adversary because of what he saw with the active President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“With regards to we who will be running the chief, I am certain my rival and his group will take up their job as the resistance, so we can perceive how we can move the country,” the duly elected president confirmed.

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