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"As we explore all legal and constitutional avenues, let everybody know victory is coming home,” Martha Karua.

Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua has said that the presidential results in the just concluded general election was Azimio’s deferred victory.

Speaking on Wednesday at KICC after a meeting with Azimio leaders, Karua said that Raila Odinga-led coalition was exploring all legal avenues maintaining that victory was coming their way.

“On the matter of the election, ours is victory deferred but it’s coming home. And that is the message to everyone. As we explore all legal and constitutional avenues, let everybody know victory is coming home,” Karua stated.

On his part, Raila said that Azimio leaders were given a brief with regards on the process of disputing the presidential election adding that the leaders approved the steps taken.

Raila Odinga.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, who also attended the meeting, said that the legal and political process will continue as they engage in meetings across the country.

“We will continue with our meetings once we reach an agreement we will let people know. The legal process is continuing and the political processes are continuing,” Kalonzo stated.

Raila on Tuesday rejected the declaration of William Ruto as President-elect by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati claiming that the figures announced by Chebukati were null and void and must be quashed by a court of law.

The Azimio presidential candidate in the concluded polls said Chebukati acted with impunity and disregard of the constitution as he alone had access to the final tally as other commissioners were denied the results.

“It is not up to us to decide whether Chebukati had committed an offence. We leave that determination to the appropriate authorities but for the avoidance of doubt I want to repeat that we totally and without reservations reject the presidential results announced yesterday (Monday) by Chebukati,” Raila said.