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"There Difference Of A About 175000 Ghost Votes" Now Mt Kenya Leader Reveals What Happened With Votes

On Saturday morning, IEBC commissioners claimed there were errors beyond the ballots. These statements are based in Kiambu County.

Clarification followed and the same body (IEBC) indicated that no votes were mistakenly added to Kenya's Kwanza Alliance KKA presidential candidate and incumbent deputy President Dr. William Ruto

Incumbent Thika Town MP Wanaina Wa Jungle stated on Facebook that despite 70% voter turnout, the KIEMS kits claimed only 55% turnout. He complained, saying that more than 175,000 "ghost voters" cast their ballots, affecting results from the MCA level to the presidency.

The county was embroiled in suspicion of voter fraud and 10,000 votes had to be withdrawn from Deputy President William Ruto who is United Democratic Alliаnce (UDA) presidential candidate because they were voted in by mistake.

Thika town outgoing member of parliament Hon.Wainaina clarified the situation on the severe rigs the county had to deal with. There were 175,000 votes cast, he said, which certainly had an impact on the outcome.

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IEBC Kiambu County MCA Thika Town William Ruto


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