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Kenya presidential election: Primate Ayodele warns Kenyatta

The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, on Sunday, warned the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of the country’s Tuesday presidential election.

Primate Ayodele urged the president and the ruling party to desist from mismanaging the power of incumbency in the election in order not to set the country ablaze.

In a statement signed by his Media Aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele explained that the ruling party wants to do everything possible to ensure Raila Odinga wins the election which is against the will of God.

He noted that William Ruto will win the election without rigging.

According to Ayodele: ‘’There will be little violence, the ruling party will want to do everything possible against the wish of God to make Raila Odinga win the election. They must be very careful in mismanaging the power of incumbency which can set the country ablaze.

‘’I still maintain the fact that without rigging, Ruto will win the election, but he must strategize by putting more efforts. The ruling party wants to upturn the plans of Ruto’s victory with the use of technicality and several means to frustrate him. There will be court cases after the election.’’

The Primate revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta is planning a serious political conspiracy against Ruto, hence the UDA candidate must restrategize if not, he will be rigged out of the election.

‘’The victory and loss of Willam Ruto in the Kenya presidential election lies in his hands. He should buckle up because there is every tendency for Odinga to rig the election, Ruto must do what is needful to protect his victory.

‘’He must not sleep, plans have been perfected to rig the election in favour of Raila Odinga. Only Rigging can make Raila Odinga win the election.

‘’The Uhuru Kenyatta government is going to plot a serious political conspiracy against Ruto, he should restrategize before it is too late, they want to rig him out but the people don’t want Odinga government,’’ he said.

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