An online video recording of the accused Bungoma senator, Moses Wetengula, purportedly making a deal with the ballot printer has surfaced.
Phillip Etale, the ODM party's communications director, shared this on his social media platforms.
Moses Wetengula has been accused of having ties to the vote papers printer in Greece, and in the video tape, a voice supposedly belonging to Moses Wetengula can be seen conversing with a white male.
According to the video, the meeting took place at night, and the supposed voice of Wetengula can be heard indicating that "somethings" (unclear) will arrive on Wednesday night, as well as mentioning the police.
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