The hotly contested parliamentarian sit in Kiambaa constituency was rigged! These claims were made yesterday night through a live TV broadcast at Inooro TV.
She said IEBC officers seemed were compromised by the UDA party so as to give them a favor, against their close competitor Jubilee party.
She insisted there was in one polling station where an IEBC officer tried to resist her entrance, though she held an agent badge. She therefore claimed UDA win was a rigged process, done by compromised IEBC officers, but was not the will and wish of Kiambaa voters.
The final tallying gave John Njuguna Kawanjiku a slight win against Kariri Njama, who closely followed, with 500 votes less. Some few days ago, Kariri Njama refused to concede defeat, and declared he was heading to High Court to protest against the win of UDA contender, John Njuguna Kawanjiku.
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