Like RAILA ODINGA, KIDERO rejects the election results after he was beaten badly by MIKE SONKO

Wednesday August 9, 2017-Former Nairobi governor, Dr Evans Kidero, has rejected the elections results after he was thrashed mercilessly by Mike Sonko of Jubilee in the just concluded general election.

Provisional IEBC results show Mike Sonko has managed 789,000 votes against Kidero 642, 000 votes.

Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, Kidero called for fresh vote count claiming that the IBEC systems rigged him out.

“I reject the results as they are until there is physical recount is done with the forms, clearly signed. What happened is glaring and cannot be entertained. They are sham and they do not reflect the will of the people,” Kidero said.

 Also Nairobi senatorial aspirant, Lawrence Sifuna, also rejected the provisional results arguing that there is obvious evidence of subversion of the will of the people. Sifuna was beaten hands down by Johnson Sakaja of Jubilee.

Kidero and Sifuna ‘s move comes hours after National Super Alliance(NASA) presidential loser, Raila Odinga, rejected the results  after he was thrashed mercilessly by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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  1. So can passaris also reject results or will she not because they favour her?

  2. Some gubernatorial seats also appear to have the 54% to 44% formula of winning. The ones I have watched on my telee include Machakos, Nairobi, Meru, Kajiado, and Narok. In these counties, when you add the loser and third contestant, it almost approaches the 54% to 44% formula that has appeared for the presidential candidate. Bogus results, so far.

  3. KIDERO AND sIFUNA, THE LAW IS VERY CLEAR. JUST GO TO COURT AND FILE YOUR PETITION. WE HAVE VERY MANY LAWYERS WAITING FOR YOUR MONEY. AM ONE OF THEM.

  4. you had to be floored Kidero. Remember baba said he cant imagine sharing a dais with Sonko. You called Sonko benten. Mumezama na baba pamoja. GOD IS GREAT.

  5. Kidero and Sifuna don't have the monopoly of knowing the will of people.

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