The Azimio La Umoja leaders have been locked out of the Bomas of Kenya where the counting of votes is still continuing. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the police officers locked the Azimio La Umoja leaders without giving any explanation to them.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Azimio La Umoja leaders who were locked out of Bomas of Kenya includes the incoming Siaya governor Hon James Orengo, Kisumu governor Professor Anya'Nyong'o and incoming Nairobi senator Hon Edwin Sifuna. The three leaders are now outside the Bomas of Kenya where they are trying to aoove the issues as the verification process of votes continues.
Despite that, many leaders at Bomas of Kenya are trying to disrupt the counting of votes by independent electoral and boundaries commission officers. It is now time for leaders who don't have any job at Bomas of Kenya to be locked out so that to allow officers to do their job faster. Remember to maintain peace among each other during this time of campaign.
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