Hillary Clinton makes shocking revelations on the nullified August elections
She has exposed the damning revelations that could cause friction!
Speaking to America based NPR Radio’s Fresh Air program, Mrs Clinton has exposed yet another firm Cambridge Analytica, which was instrumental in the Brexit vote, to have played a key role in the bungled Kenyan elections.
Clinton said there is an investigation going on in the UK because of the use of data and the weaponisation of information by the company.
Mr Trump has been on the limelight for what is termed as ‘using the Russian firm to interfere with the electronic voting system’ in the US in the 2016 presidential elections. The company, Mrs Clinton argues, has been massively implicated in the scam.
"They were involved in the Trump campaign after he got the nomination," Mrs Clinton told the NPR Radio.
She added: “The Kenyan election was also a project of Cambridge Analytica, the data company owned by the Mercer family that was instrumental in the Brexit vote.”
Earlier, there were claims that the giant data company – Cambridge Analytica - was directly involved in the planning and eventual manning of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s campaigns in the run up to the bungled elections on the August 8.
Mr Kenyatta’s team, however, dismissed the claims and argued that his campaigns were planned and executed by the then Raphael Tuju led Jubilee secretariat.
US should follow Kenya
Commenting on the Historic ruling by the Supreme Court which annulled the presidential election in which President Uhuru Kenyatta had been declared the winner; Mrs Clinton said that the US, despite her democratic maturity, has a lesson to learn from Kenya.
“So what happened in Kenya, which I'm only beginning to delve into, is that the Supreme Court there said there are so many really unanswered and problematic questions, we're going to throw the election out and redo it. We have no such provision in our country. And usually we don't need it,” she said.
Mrs Clinton’s sentiments come a day even as the Supreme Court comes under fire for what a local daily claims that several Justices in the court were bribed to a tune of Sh200 million, notwithstanding the numerous meetings with opposition lawyers before the ruling.
Mr Kenyatta’s team in the recent past has hurled stones at the Supreme Court justices for what they term as partisan and biased ruling, “controlled by select non-governmental organisations”.
Last week, a Jubilee Member of parliament moved to the Judicial Service Commission, which the Chief Justice David Maraga chairs, to institute a petition to have the CJ axed. President Uhuru Kenyatta pleaded with the MP to drop the petition.
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