Boni Khalwale rejects results after he was floored by Wycliffe Oparanya

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– Boni Khalwale and his party ,Ford Kenya have rejected election results

– Khalwale was trounced by Oparanya who reclaimed his seat after garnering 387,999 votes in the just concluded poll

– Boni Khalwale was seeking to become the next Kakamega governor on a Ford Kenya ticket

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Immediate former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale, popularly known to many as ‘The Bullfighter’ has rejected the results of 2017 General Election.

Boni Khalwale’s move comes just hours after he lost the Kakamega Gubernatorial seat to his arch rival Wycliffe Oparanya ,who emerged winner in the hotly contested seat.

Khalwale, who was vying on a Ford Kenya ticket was trounced by incumbent Kakamega Governor Wyclieff Oparanya, who garnered 387,999 votes, emerging the winner.

Boni Khalwale alias Bullfighter rejects election results. Photo: eDaily

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Dismissing the results through a press conference held on Friday, August 11 2017, Khalwale said his party, Ford Kenya will not accept the results of 2017 General Election from the position of MCA up to the position of the President.

‘’After holding consultations we have resolved to announce that we as Ford Kenya Team we have rejected the results of 2017 election’’Khalwale told the press.

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Khalwale rejects results after he was floored by Oparanya

Boni Khalwale with some of Ford Kenya’s leaders. Photo: Boni Mtetezi/Twitter

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Oparanya was declared winner by Kakamega County returning officer Grace Rono. Khalwale on the other hand garnered 134,999 votes.

Khalwale has not conceded defeat officially despite IEBC’s results.

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