Chama Cha Uzalendo (CCU) Secretary-General Phillipe Sadja yesterday additionally guaranteed Wiper was utilizing the provincial administration to in the distribution of funds and mobilisation of locals for the benefit of the party, which he said was equivalent to electoral extortion.
Sadja asked the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to consider the cases and make a move against Wiper.
"It is purel bribery of voters. As CCU, we will compose formally to IEBC on the matter. We need to illuminate public officials that what is being done is not right as indicated by the law," Sadja said during a question and answer session.
"While Kenya holds free and fair elections most of the time, political elites consistently threaten the side of opposition," he said.
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