Blogger Abraham Mutai via his twitter handle has revealed a statement by Tanzanian Government claiming that the Kenya Intelligence Service are collaborating with Tanzanian Election Watch and some individuals (Kigogo and Maria Sarungi Tsehai) to divide the country and cause violence during the election period. In general, they will be accusing the Kenyan Government if violence erupts in their country.
“Tanzanian Elections Watch is chaired by retired chiefJustice of Kenya, Dr. Willy Munyoki Mutunga. As stated earlier this has been organized by the Kenyans Intelligence Services with the aim of deeply penetrating into Tanzanian electoral process and sow division and unrest. All listed members from Kenya are well-known as Kenya Intelligence Services Operatives.”
The results of elections has so far been counted in Tanzania and CCM’s President John Pombe Magufuli is winning by over 90%. Opposition leader Tundu Lissu hasn’t accepted the results claiming that voting irregularities were involved in favour of Magufuli.
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