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Fresh Twist As Azimio's Top Agent Spills The Beans On The Three People Who Cost Raila Odinga's Bid

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The blame game of how former Prime Minister Raila Odinga lost the August 9 general elections has taken a new twist with a top Azimio agent spilling the beans on the three people who foiled Raila Odinga's bid to the state house.

While speaking to a local daily, the agent who sought anonymity has said that Raila Odinga was let down by a Cabinet Secretary, a Principal Secretary and a close aide to the former premier.

According to the new details shared by the official, agents had been trained and had already been issued with a downpayment only for a top official within the coalition to present a new list of agents on the eve of the elections.

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Further revelations confirmed that the Azimio agents were messed up and that the coalition did not have agents in some polling stations because of the mix-up.

The official regrets that even though Raila Odinga had given his best shot for the top seat unlike the previous years, he was misled by his close aide, a Cabinet Secretary and a Principal Secretary.

The agent further laments that they had been promised a parallel tallying system but it was never shown to them as they were only assured they would win the elections.

https://nation.africa/kenya/news/politics/revealed-how-top-cs-ps-and-raila-aide-bungled-azimio-s-election-plan-3956026

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