The IEBC this evening made an announcement that the gubernatorial elections in two famous counties will not happen as planned. The two counties include the Kenyan second largest seat Mombasa County and the Western most developed county Kakamega County. The two counties are led by ODM party deputy leaders. Kakamega led by Governor Oparanya and Mombasa led by Governor Ali Hasan Joho.
According to IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati, Kakamega County and Mombasa county gubernatorial elections set to happen tomorrow have been suspended. This is due to errors on Ballot Papers.
The Azimio la Umoja Gubernatorial aspirant in Kakamega county has expressed his Frustration while talking to the media after the announcement were made.
According to Fernandes Barasa, the IEBC lied to them that they are ready for elections. He asks IEBC chair why didn't they figure out the fault early rather than today. Fernandes says that IEBC may have a plan to rig the Azimio votes. Baraza has urged voters to come in large number and vote for Raila.
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