Ledama, who was among the first ally of Raila to protest the presidential results before they were even announced urged Suna East MP Junet Mohammed to also accept the defeat and work for Kenyans.
The outspoken lawyer in a statement on Wednesday, January 11, however, said that Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua will cry the most in the end.
“I have fully accepted it! This is indeed the reality! But the person who will cry the most, in the end, is none other than Rigathi Gachagua isoright…wacha sisi tufanyie wakenya kazi Junet Mohamed ero Sasa nimekubaki hi imeenda…” Ole Kina said in a Tweet.
Ole Kina’s remarks come just months after the Supreme Court upheld the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati’s declaration of William Ruto as the fifth president-elect.
In the results declared by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati on Monday, August 15, Raila came second after polling 6.9 million votes against William Ruto who garnered 7.1 million votes.
Raila, later on, filed a presidential petition challenging the election of William Ruto saying that none of the four presidential candidates in the August 9, elections attained the 50 percent plus one vote threshold required in the Constitution.
The former Prime Minister further claimed that the IEBC in partnership with the UDA party altered Form 34B and accompanied his claim with a lorry full of evidence.
However, the seven members of the Supreme Court quashed Raila’s presidential petition challenging the election of Ruto terming it as hot air.
However, the veteran politician insists that the presidential elections were marred with irregularities and has since threatened to spill the beans on what happened at the Bomas of Kenya.