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Wajackoyah Fails To Cast His Vote After Kiems Kit Failed

Roots party presidential candidate Professor George Wajackoyah failed to cast his vote after the Kiems kit failed to identify him due to a technical error which had been noticed.

Wajackoyah arrived at Indangalasia primary school in Matungu constituency in the morning in a two-vehicle convoy but could not vote due to a technical error which had occurred. He engaged briefly with the presiding officer before walking out of that polling station.

However, the failures of the KIEMs kits was reported in several other polling stations in Matungu constituency. Moreover, the delays took over four hours after polling hours had officially begin. This had occurred in some parts within that constituency due to the failure of the KIEMs kits, causing the anxious voters to claim that it was part of rigging plans which had been organised by the presiding officers.

Most of the residents within Kenya are now in suspense on how Wajackoyah did not appear to cast his vote after encountering the technical error within the Kiems kit.

Wajackoyah is pained as he has encountered that all of his opponents have voted without being disturbed.

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