Voters in Juja, Bonchari and Rurii Ward on Tuesday 18th headed to the ballot to decide by electing their next leaders in the by-elections conducted by IEBC.
Juja Constituency polls was a major contest between Hustler Nation candidate who vied on Moses Kuria's People's Empowerment Party (PEP) and Jubilee candidate.
Hustler Nation Spokesman Dennis took the internet by a storm after he took to the popular social media platform, Facebook, to make allegations on the Juja polls.
Itumbi has raised an alarm after alleging ballot stuffing in Juja Constituency as the tallying process kicks off.
"Loading, Video of Ballot stuffing in Juja......" Itumbi alleged.
The allegations made by the Hustler Nation Spokesman Dennis Itumbi have sparked a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed his timeline to pen different thoughts.
Kenyans have questioned the security of ballot boxed and ballot papers as the tallying begins in Juja Constituand the assurance that the results will be credible.
Below are some of the reactions of the netizens;
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