Peter Kenneth’s warning message to Uhuru’s team

The warning comes after lodging a complain to Jubilee party over chaotic polls

Seemingly disgusted, Kenneth has expressed concerns that there was massive stealing of his votes during the recently concluded Jubilee primaries in Nairobi that saw Sonko crowned the winner.

Speaking while at St Stephen’s church along Jogoo Road, Kenneth has warned the Uhuru Kenyatta led team that he cannot be meddled around.

He has vowed to pursue the Nairobi top seat on independent ticket should the Jubilee Party Election Tribunal fail to crown him the winner.

“93 cases in Nairobi alone should tell you something about the Jubilee Primaries. We know there is a powerful individual above, who is also a close ally of Sonko. So we know, he has in fact forced people to campaign for him,” Kenneth said.

He added: “It was one of the most undemocratic processes. It was actually shambolic and widely stolen. But I won’t relent in my pursuit.”

Kenneth has now called on the Jubilee party to create a strong candidate to face him during the August 8 General Elections, as he promises to trounce both Evans Kidero and Mike Sonko.

Last week Thursday during the Jubilee Party primaries, Mike Sonko beat Peter Kenneth by garnering 138,185 votes against Peter Kenneth’s 62,504 votes. Sonko will be facing Kidero in the August polls.


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