• Kidero said he was not satisfied with the results, adding that the process was marred by some discrepancies.

• Kidero was defeated by outgoing Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga.

Susan Mboya Kidero to a political gathering in Rangwe Constituency on Wednesday July 20, 2022.
Dr. Evans Kidero introducing his wife Susan Mboya Kidero to a political gathering in Rangwe Constituency on Wednesday July 20, 2022.
Image: Sitna Omar

Former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero is expected to move to Court after he was defeated in Homa Bay Gubernatorial race.

Kidero was defeated by outgoing Homa Bay Woman Representative Gladys Wanga.

Wanga won the governor seat after garnering 244,559 votes. Kidero, who came in second with 154,182 votes. Wanga will succeed Cyprian Awiti.

Speaking on Friday, Kidero said he will follow the law.

"I will follow the law when someone is not satisfied by the outcome of the elections," he said.

Adding

"Her win was illegitimate and I don't recognize it, I won in six sub-counties. I will challenge it in court." 

Kidero argued that he was not satisfied by the results.

But speaking during a meeting with his supporters at his Asumbi home in Rangwe constituency, Kidero said he was not satisfied with the results, adding that the process was marred by some discrepancies.

Kidero argued that his votes from some polling stations were not tallied as form37As were altered in certain areas like Mfangano ward, Rusinga ward and other wards across the county.

According to Kidero, he got more than 225,000 votes and lead in six out eight constituencies.

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