The Bonchari by-election kicked off early this morning where it has been held following the death of the late John Oroo Oyioka.
Orange Democratic Party has put forward concerns where they have pin-pointed Assistant Chief Erick Ondere who is openly bribing voters riding a Government Motor Cycle registration GK B 070N at Isamwera, Riamagige, and Gesare primary polling stations. It is alleged that he has police protection and is shamelessly chest-thumping telling people how protected he is and no one can interfere with his affairs.
Diplomats from Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) brought up concerns over oppression and harassment by police as their candidates executed campaigns that came to an end on Saturday. They have disclosed that CS Matiang'i is using government aids to campaign for the Jubilee candidate.
The main horses in the competition are Opore Zebedeo John from the Jubilee party, Oimeke Robert Pavel from the ODM party, and Teresa Oroo Bitutu from the UDA party. Who do you think will win the election?
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