• On January 18, Kioni sensationally claimed that Raila won the August 9 elections with 8,170,355 votes representing 57.53 per cent of the votes cast.
• He claimed that an analysis of the votes by Vanguard Africa found that Ruto on the other hand got 5,915,973 votes translating to 41.66 per cent of the total ballots cast.
The Azimio brigade now says Raila Odinga garnered more than two million votes in the vote-rich Mt Kenya region in the August polls.
Jubilee secretary general Jeremiah Kioni who has been driving the narrative in recent days says Raila beat President William Ruto in three Central Kenya counties.
"Those whose votes were mostly stolen are people from Mt Kenya. As of today (Monday), we know Chebukati said Raila got 800,000 in this region but the truth of the matter is the number of votes Raila got, and we are yet to finish counting, is 2,607, 957," Kioni said.
He spoke during the Azimio rally at Kamukunji grounds on Monday.
On January 18, Kioni sensationally claimed that Raila won the August 9 elections with 8,170,355 votes representing 57.53 per cent of the votes cast.
He claimed that an analysis of the votes by Vanguard Africa found that Ruto on the other hand got 5,915,973 votes translating to 41.66 per cent of the total ballots cast.
Kioni stated that the tally from 59 per cent of the constituencies could not be verified with absolute certainty.
"A casual peruse of the document; we have seen that at one point 144 constituencies had their results verified and often at times, those results are far from the results that were announced by IEBC," he said.
While advancing a similar narrative at Kamukunji grounds, and without providing evidence, Kioni said Raila beat Ruto in Kiambu, Nyeri and Kirinyaga counties.
"This election theft, we have enough people in Mt Kenya who will come out to fight for their rights," he said.
Raila outlined eight-point ultimatums to Ruto at the rally including that the August poll results be subjected to forensic analysis.
He said the IEBC servers must be opened and audited by an independent entity.
Raila, who stated that he neither recognised the August poll results nor Ruto's status as a legitimate president, demanded that the UDA regime resigns from office.
He further called on Kenyans to resist and reject the Kenya Kwanza tax regimes terming them punitive and asked Ruto to stop any attempts to singlehandedly reconstitute the IEBC.