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Kiambaa Decides: Chebukati Ignores Moses Kuria's Calls as Voting Allegedly Takes Place in Plantation

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has taken to social media to cry out that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Wafula Chebukati is not picking his phone calls.

Kuria was calling the IEBC chair to report alleged voting malpractice in the ongoing Kiambaa by-election but his calls went unanswered.

Through a social media post, Kuria has alleged that some IEBC clerks from Kingothua Primary School had sneaked KIEMS kits into valentine growers plantation where they were conducting voting.

He went further and shared pictures of a car allegedly being used to ferry the officers and the KIEMS kits.

"Dear Wafula Chebukati. You are not picking my phones. IEBC clerks from Kingothua Primary School have sneaked our KIEMS kits and conducting voting at valentine growers plantation. This is the vehicle ferrying them. Call me back," he posted.

Kiambaa by-election is literally a two race-horse between UDA's candidate and Jubilee Party's candidate.

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Gatundu South Kiambaa Kingothua Moses Kuria Wafula Chebukati


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