While Kenya Kwanza leaders in Western region are busy campaigning for senator Cleophas Malala ahead of the gubernatorial election that was postponed to unknown date,their Azimio counterparts are busy demanding that IEBC should carry out election on 23rd as planned earlier.
They are insisting that IEBC should facilitate the Kakamega county Returning officer so that the election be carried out on 23rd and not to any later date.They have called on IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati for postponing elections due to insecurity and Kakamega county has not reported any case of insecurity for IEBC official.
They urged that postponing election is causing panic and anxiety among voters and they demand that it should done on 23rd.They called on Kakamega county voters to come out in large numbers and vote for ODM candidate Frenandaz Barasa and Ayub Savula as the next governor of Kakamega county.
Frenandaz Barasa has already gone to court to have Chebukati answer questions on why he had to postpone election for the second time.They accused IEBC for postponing elections in favour of Kenya Kwanza candidate Cleophas Malala.
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