Kabando Wa Kabando Says Uhuru Kenyatta Did Not Win The 2017 Elections

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  • Veteran politician Kabando Wa Kabando has claimed that president Uhuru Kenyatta did not win the 2017 general elections.
  • He insisted that President Uhuru does not plan to leave power when his term comes to an end.
  • Regarding the recent fallout in the Mt Kenya region, Kabando claimed that President Uhuru has betrayed his community which stood by him both in the 2013 General election and 2017.

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Veteran politician Kabando Wa Kabando has claimed that president Uhuru Kenyatta did not win the 2017 general elections.

While speaking to Citizen TV’s Jeff Koinange Live, Kabando Wa Kabando revealed a shocking revelation by insisting that President Uhuru does not plan to leave power when his term comes to an end.

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According to the former Mukurweini member of parliament, the Kenyan head of state was planning to use the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) to earn himself a powerful position in the next government.

“I do not think Uhuru plans to exit the political scene…We understood that BBI would fix electoral reforms. I think I’m among the few who have said that Uhuru did not win in 2017…”

At the same time, he opined that the National Super Alliance (NASA) won and the idea of the handshake with the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was to bring neglected communities on board which has never happened.

Regarding the recent fallout in the Mt Kenya region, Kabando claimed that President Uhuru has betrayed his community which stood by him both in the 2013 General election and 2017, debunking the notion that Mt Kenya region had always voted as a block.

In his view, those who voted for Mr. Kenyatta in 2013 were very emotional to a point that they could not imagine him being out of the ballot.

“People were emotional with Uhuru Kenyatta in 2013…They couldn’t fathom him not being on the ballot paper…He should never forget how his community stood with him…Women shed tears…”

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