16-08-2017 by redazione
In the end, common sense prevailed.
Probably in front of the chaos of the day following the proclamation of the new president and the animosity of his faction, Raila Odinga preferred not to heat up the minds of that part of the nation who wanted him to lead the country and to whom he turned to declare That the election was (as he repeated today) a "computer-generated" cheating.
So in the end, after swearing that he would not have chosen to appeal to the Supreme Court of Kenya and announce a speech to the people last Tuesday, yesterday he opted for the peaceful and legal path, which he had been advised by The United Nations and the leaders of the same countries who complimented Kenyatta for re-election.
However, Odinga said that he could prove that the 2017 elections were made up of algorithms generated by the computer and that the Supreme Court, after denying his victory in 2013 (even in that case Odinga had shouted off) .
The word now goes to Kenya's Justice.
Meanwhile, next August 29, Kenyatta will settle back to the White House and will choose the new Pool of Ministers.
"These elections are to be canceled and Kenyatta has to be sent home, but we ask our people to be quiet and not to come down in the square at least for now."
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