(Video) Panic Ensued in Kabuchai as MP Draws Gun on Opponent
By Joylnjay | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
As the by-elections around the country continue to report chaos, malpractices, and many election irregularities, panic ensued in the Kabuchai constituency after differences between the rival candidates led to gun corking.
My. Elton MP Hon Kapondi drew out his gun towards his rival Ford Kenya aspirant Majimbo Kalasinga at Mabanga police station. The scare saw the unarmed aspirant call for help from the security officer at the scene who asked him to ask the legislator to leave the polling station.
'Officer! Officer! ask Mr. Kapondi to leave why is he cocking his gun, it's not fair, tell him to leave, Waende waende they will kill us," Kalasinga is heard ranting.
Kabuchai by-elections have been considered a litmus test for the Western Kenya supremacy, Kalasinga is squaring it out with UDA's Evans Kaikai. Ford Kenya has accused UDA of voter bribery and this has led to chaos and commotion between the two camps.
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