Members of public from Ekerubo Polling Station bonchari constituency have raised an alarm of the ongoing massive Voter Bribery in the area as casting of votes have started.
According to prior sources,the Ekerubo area chief and a plain clothes police are seriously bribing voters on their way to the polling station to cast their votes.
Taking to her Facebook account,a user by the name Sabina joy has uploaded a video of the a person arrested,Sabina joy has said that if voter Bribery doesn't stop in Kenya then the country will go back to its dark days.
"Massive Voter Bribery in Bonchari constituency. Kenya is heading back to its dark days of voters will continue being bribed into voting tumbocrats instead of leaders," she wrote.
This allegations comes after Orange Democratic party secretary general Hon. Edwin Sifuna raised an alarm yesterday claiming that there are some plans to cause chaos in Bonchari.
It is still early in the morning and the alarm of voter Bribery has already been raised which makes Kenyans to understand that the country is still dwelling on some sought of evil and shortcuts to clinch to power.
The bonchari constituency by Elections is among the three by elections being conducted today others being Juja and the other one in Rurii. With top political parties like Jubilee party,ODM party and UDA party taking part.
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