DP Rutos’s "warning" message to Maraga that everyone is talking about

Jubilee politicians has been breathing fire since the Supreme Court decision

The News was received in different measures by different people, with the NASA Coalition hitting to the streets to celebrate the outcome.

On the other hand, Jubilee party has been pointing fingers at the supreme Court Judges accusing them for ruling in favor of NASA Coalition.

Deputy President William Ruto has echoed the sentiments made earlier by President Uhuru  Kenyatta with an explicit warning to the Chief Justice of the Supreme court David Maraga.

According to Ruto Jubilee won the August general election fair and square by he decided to overturn the outcome.

“Tunataka (David) Maraga atuskie vizuri, Kwa sababu he has his day, ours is coming. By the way that is not a threat. He has had his day, he has done his game our day is coming” Ruto said.

Ruto who spoke during a meeting at State House that brought together politicians elected on a Jubilee ticket insisted that they will still win after the 60 days.

President Kenyatta also added his weight on the matter when he said that when he wins in the second round they will have to revisit the Supreme Court decision.

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