Voters who were enjoying for the right to exercise their civic and democratic rights at the Ruma voting station in the Rarieda Constituency have been forced to flee for their safety after an independent candidate for parliament seat pulled a gun and fired indiscriminately while targeting the unsuspecting citizens.
Although the exact cause of the situation that led to the outbreak of armed conflict could not be determined, videos going viral on social media show the candidate, Neto Adhola, stepping out of his car brandishing a pistol. Had he fired, he would have done so as the crowd of voters took flight while raising their arms through the screens.
The current Rarieda member of Parliament Otiende Amolo, who is defending his position on a ODM ballot, has already criticized his opponent for interfering with the voting process, calling it intimidation.
Tiende went on to say that it was regrettable that his opponent, Nina, who is an agent or a water at the voting location, could arrive and make a choice
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