Fifth time contender for Kenyan presidency Raila Amolo Odinga, while attending a Sunday service on August 21, 2022 in Nairobi together with his run mate Martha Karua, assured the world that he remains steadfast in his unwavering bid to reclaim what he believes to be his “victory”
The Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga has delivered bad News to deputy president William Samoei Ruto days after he was declared the president elect.
Raila while speaking in church on Sunday expressed confidence that the people of Kenya spoke clearly on 9th of August and that they won the election with a huge landslide.
According to the Orange Democratic Movement leader, they will expose to the whole world the truth at the Supreme court on what happened for them to be denied their victory.
The ODM leader added that the victory stolen by Chebukati and William Ruto will be brought back to the rightful owners without any doubt.
“This is great, we decided to come today to fellowship with JTM. I want you to know that Peter and myself are gym mates since we exercise together. Last night I told him that I would come.
“I want to thank him for sharing a very wonderful message from the Bible. A message which is very convincing and describes the current situation in our country so precisely and thank God he is talking to David and telling David “pursue them!”
“We shall conquer them and capture all that they have looted and also rescue all that they have looted and taken away. We will pursue them, we will conquer them and we will bring back all the loot back home.” Said Raila in reference to the recently concluded general elections.
The Azimio leader added that Kenyans spoke on the 9th of August and he has no doubt that they elected him together with his running mate Martha Karua.
“I want you to know that there is no doubt in our minds that the kenyan people spoke loudly on the 9th of August and the voice of the people of Kenya will not be muzzled. That the victory of the people of Kenya will not be stolen away!” He said.
The ODM boss also made reference to the words of justice Bishop Desmond Tutu where he stated that without truth there can be no justice and consequently no peace.
“The late archbishop Desmond Tutu said that without truth there can be no justice, without justice there can be no peace, without peace there can be no reconciliation. And there will be no reconciliation, there will be no peace and there will be no justice until the truth is known. And the truth is going to be known because we already know it ourselves and we will show it to the world wide and open starting tomorrow.” Raila continued.
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