Dagoretti south member of Parliament honourable John kiarie has sensationally Alleged that there were plans to evacuate the chairman independent electoral and boundaries commission Wafula chebukati from Bomas to go and announce fake results elsewhere.
Speaking to citizen TV on Tuesday morning, kiarie said that prior to the final announcement of the presidential results at Bomas, plans were afoot to even maim some IEBC commissioners.
Pressed to explain how he got to know of the Plans, the MP said he was there at Bomas suggesting that the creation of a Commission of inquiry will help unravel the going ons at Bomas before the final results were announced.
"There were threats to lives, people were intending to maim commissioners at Bomas… IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati was to be evacuated from Bomas and be driven to a place where he would announce fake results", said kiarie.
The legislator opined that the tribunal set to Investigate the four commissioners should write to the president asking him to Form a commission of inquiry so that the Truth about what happened is made public.
The sensational remarks by kiarie have elicited reactions online with some Netizens asking the MP "not to take us back to where we have come from".
However others agreed with the MP.
Mimba:He is right. The Ledama & Co @ledamalekina managed to harass Chebukati not to announce the results. All of us saw what happened when they assualted Chebukati and of course the intention was questionable.
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