22 Days to D-Day, Guka Calls It; Bookmark This......................

#1
Using a proven scientific method which enabled me predict the August 8 presidential election to the decimal point, I can now - three weeks to the repeat election - make an informed prediction of the outcome.

This prediction is based on several things.

ONE, that none of the parties will call for a boycott.

TWO, that the IEBC will conduct a fair and credible election.

THREE, that population dynamics including ethnic formations, movements, and mobilisations, among others, remain the same.

Given the foregoing, here is my considered prediction:

UHURU MUIGAI KENYATTA: 60.1%

RAILA AMOLO ODINGA: 39.9%
 

Grundy

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#10
Using a proven scientific method which enabled me predict the August 8 presidential election to the decimal point, I can now - three weeks to the repeat election - make an informed prediction of the outcome.

This prediction is based on several things.

ONE, that none of the parties will call for a boycott.

TWO, that the IEBC will conduct a fair and credible election.

THREE, that population dynamics including ethnic formations, movements, and mobilisations, among others, remain the same.

Given the foregoing, here is my considered prediction:

UHURU MUIGAI KENYATTA: 60.1%

RAILA AMOLO ODINGA: 39.9%
Na spoilt votes?
 
#18
Gukus these would mean that unye has increased with 6% point let's call it a million votes... Seems far fetched, but I will give unye an added 4% increase that's about 600k add-in's which I can meticulously proof. I put it at 58.6% unye win... Pin my comment.
 

spear

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#20
Gukus these would mean that unye has increased with 6% point let's call it a million votes... Seems far fetched, but I will give unye an added 4% increase that's about 600k add-in's which I can meticulously proof. I put it at 58.6% unye win... Pin my comment.
Did you factor in the votes that RAT has lost as well. Look he is even campaigning using violent riots and daily illusionary rants called press conference.
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