On Wednesday, July 6th, the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition held their campaign in Githuguri, Kiambu county. During the campaign, Raila Odinga, the head of the Azimio party, threatened to shut down the August General Election if the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission would not accept manual voter registration. He stated that in order for the election to take place, the IEBC must accept both manual and computerized voter registration.
Raila further claims that his opponents are plotting to steal two million votes. He stated that Junet Mohamed informed him that one guy had been dispatched to Greece in order for there to be extra ballot papers. The ballots will then be smuggled into the nation and delivered to voting stations around the country.
Odinga stated that his opponents had chosen 10,000 stations where they would smuggle 200 marked ballots into each station, giving them a total of 2 million votes.
Is Raila's option right?
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