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Moses Kuria Speaks on 2022 Elections, Alleges Elections May Be Rigged

Today, Sunday 24 October, Kenyan woke up to disturbing news from Moses Kuria. On his Facebook page, Kuria leaked that the 2022 general elections will not be free and fair. He later went along to give ways on how he is equipped with his party.

Ailing Gatundu MP Moses Kuria divulged worry while going up for next general polls, 2022. He revealed that there might be no free and fair elections from MCA to presidential elections results.

Moses Kuria said that the modern generation aware of using mobile phones should be introduced to an electronic way of choosing leaders if transparency is held in place.

He disclosed that Kenya has 21M registered voters and 25M Safaricom users. Kuria's idea rests on the fact that a person who can transact money can perform the simple task of voting electronically.

The fierce MP who is yet to establish his alignment publicly revealed that his party, Chama Cha Kazi (CCK), is determined to use electronic nominations. From MCA's, nominations of CCK party will be done on the phone via USSD code and results availed electronically to the public.

Moses Kuria revealed that if 2022 is meant to be free and fair, the electronic method should be employed. Otherwise, the results may be manipulated before being released to the public.

To sum up, Kuria hints at the rigging of elections possibilities if the electronic way of voting is not adopted. He promised to adopt the trusted method of conducting nominations for the CCK party.

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