Following the yesterday move by the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission(IEBC), That saw Chama cha Kazi candidate party candidate, Milton Mwenda being disqualified from contesting in the Kiagu County Assembly Ward by elections in Meru county.That is set to be held on 14th, October 2021.
A move Chama Cha Kazi members.Led by Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Moses Kuria are not happy about.And have expressed determination to battle out the decision in court.
A section of Kiagu residents have joined the bandwagon.In solidarity with Chama cha Kazi.
Where they have staged a protest accusing United Democratic Alliance Party(UDA) , of colluding with IEBC to lock Chama cha Kazi candidate out.
Photos shared online by Dikembe via his twitter handle.Show irate locals blocking the roads as the burn tyres.Some holding posters expressing their disbelief with IEBC decision.
They further allege that The United Democratic Alliance party bribed IEBC with 5,000,000 million cash to lock Chama Cha Kazi candidate from vying.
Below is the image of the posters;
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