A Machakos Court has thrown out Wiper Candidate Wavinya Ndeti’s petition against governor Alfred Mutua.
Through an emotive Facebook post,Ms Wavinya expressed her displeasure at the ruling but thanked her supporters who came out in droves on August 8th General Elections to vote for her.
She still decried of electoral fraud and massive electoral malpractice even after losing the petition over her lack of sufficient evidence to prove that Governor Mutua stole the elections.
Here is the post,i quote;
I thank you all for turning out in masses for the August 8th General Elections and voted for us in NASA because you believed in our ideologies.
To our friends and the people of Machakos, I thank you for your support. Your vote didn’t count and that’s why I urge you all to join us in not recognizing the irresponsible, arrogant and disrespectful leadership of electoral thieves.
I urge fellow Kenyans to sacrifice anything they can to end electoral fraud. It should not be too easy to steal an election. The crisis of a rigged election should be so costly to the masters of vote theft that future would be candidates, conniving elections officials; think twice, thrice before they do it.
Through patriotism and diligence, we have been able to unite the biggest and most patriotic coalition in Kenyan history; NASA. We must stand together as a coalition and look into the future with renewed optimism.
May God Almighty continue to bless the People of Machakos.
I thank you all.