Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior has in the recent past become critic of the August polls. The vocal politician has been making claims and giving predictions on what might happen in August. Recently he was one of the Ukambani leaders who rejected the Azimio zoning plans. He said that Wiper is strong in Ukambani and leaders from the political party should be considered. Mutula Kilonzo has again emerged with fresh claims on the August race.
He has rejected the issue of using the manual register as proposed by the Azimio and Kenya Kwanza team. IEBC has made enough preparations to deliver credible, free and fair elections on August and the chairman Wafula Chebukati has considered the use of manual register to ensure that Kenyans are not denied their democratic rights. In his claims he said that anything to do with manual will cause problems. He said that they will refuse it as that is the sole reason why the Supreme Court nullified the 2017 Presidential Election.
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