UhuRuto says polls won’t be delayed, slam Opposition sabotage bid

President Uhuru Kenyatta has accused the opposition of attempting to sabotage the election process saying the August 8th polls will go ahead as planned. Addressing Jubilee supporters in Kericho County, President Kenyatta said there is a systematic attempt by the opposition to sabotage and create complications to delay the election to pave way for a transitional government. The President, who was accompanied by Deputy President William Ruto, said the opposition’s scheme to derail the August polls is well documented starting with when they asked for a complete overhaul of the IEBC commissioners. The President said the opposition appears afraid because they have no agenda to sell to Kenyans.The president’s sentiments were echoed by his deputy President who said the Jubilee Party has no doubt that it enjoys overwhelming support and challenged the opposition to throw in the towel.At the same time Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen claimed the noise about the printing of ballot papers is driven by greed for money by opposition leaders.