There was drama at the Mang'u High school tallying centre for the independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) after Jubilee Party cried foul over allegations of missing ballot boxes at at least two of the polling stations.
In a Video that has been fully watched by this writer, Kiambu county governor Mr James Nyoro caused quite a scene after a viral video emerged online showing him shouting all manner of allegations towards the IEBC officials over the missing votes.
"We have been very quiet mnahesabu. Tumekuja, tunataka Kura zetu in Kalimoni, in Gashororo, in Juja. Na nyinyi mnakaa hapa mnahesabu tu! Every vote counts and we want to ensure that," he says.
"Wewe returning officer, can you assure us that all votes are counted and tunataka kuambiwa ni nani alitupa kura zetu kwa uwanja," he adds.
The allegations by James Nyoro on voter bribery comes amidst unconfirmed reports from various politicians on social media who are already alleging that Moses Kuria's party, The people's empowerment party may have taken a lead, defeating Jubilee Party. However, IEBC will release official results later on.
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