Tweets at work as Inspector General Hillary Mutyambai and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga share contradictory information. Early today through his twitter account, Odinga condemned impunity and excess use of police in Juja and Bonchari by election. On the contrary Mutyambai seem to congratulate men in uniform for carrying out their mandate for maintaining law and order,with uttermost restraint and dignity.
In the just concluded by elections in Kiiri Ward, Juja and Bochari Constituencies,a lot of impunity was witnessed . For instance, in Juja counting of votes at Mung'u tallying center was suspended for some hours. This was as a result of chaos caused by Kiambu Governor Dr James Nyoro. In Kiiri Ward unknown men with well built bodies intruded the tallying center with unknown mission and In Bonchari ODM party agents were arrested for unknown reasons and bribing votes was reported.
Kenyans on twitter demands the arrest of Governor Nyoro and Hon Wamucomba interfered with tallying of votes.
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