IEBC has postponed the Kiagu ward by-election following a court case filed by Moses Kuria candidate. The by-election was set to happen on October 14th but it's clear it will not happen following the active court case.
The case was filed in court by Moses Kuria CCK party following disqualification of Moses Kuria candidate. Therefore the dates for the by-election will be announced at a later date something that will be decided by the court.
IEBC cited a court injunction to have the by-election postponed until the case is heard abd determined. It's clear the by-election has taken a major trajectory with UDA seemingly in a cut throat battle with the jubilee party.
However the turn of events in the by-election leading to the cancelation of the by-election is something that has left most Kiagu ward residents highly angered of the unfortunate move. However the law is the law hence a matter of wait and see of what will unfold moving into the by-election which is taking a serious path ahead of the 2022 general election.
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