One of the top and most rated regions in conducting a free and fair election has undergone difficult junctures some of its citizens took themselves to the top and made an unwise decision.
The investigation police are currently underway investigating a polling station Eldas where unknown people torched the polling station and burnt it into pieces.
In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the suspects allegedly Torched several IEBC Materials including the Ballot Boxes that had been stored in the building by the IEBC Officials
The region is claimed to have also recorded a fatality as or of its returning officer was shot dead. This calls for more attention for the newly elected president and the Azimio counterparts who are seeking an opportunity to stand against Ruto's victory in court. This could be a chance for penetration of any of them as well as a downfall for one of them should the court requires a new count for the results.
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