IEBC has temporarily suspended Tallying of votes at Mangu High School Tallying Centre. This is after chaos erupted during the counting of the Juja by-election votes. This has been necessitated by the suspicion that there might votes stealing going on during the tallying of the votes.
IEBC has to this inevitable decision after the chaos thus they had to stop the process for sometime. The chaos erupted after rowdy protestors protested about stolen votes after the Kiambu governor James Nyoro sought to enquire about the Tallying process.
The Juja by-election witnessed a very low voter turnout than expected.
Now our biggest question remains, might Governor Nyoro be compromising the Tallying process? Why did he have to ask about the Tallying process?
Returning officers and all the IEBC officers are at the Mangu High School tallying centre planning on what's next. We still hope the IEBC will resume the Tallying process and finally announce the winner. We expect there will no single stolen vote.
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