Anne Waiguru who is defending her seat as the incumbent governor for Kirinyaga has come out to allege that there might be rigging ongoing.Anne Waiguru is the second governor for Kirinyaga after she won the seat in 2017.
Waiguru could not hide her frustrations over the alleged rigging as she took to her social media handles to protest about the act.She claimed that there was rigging in broad day light as two ballot boxes containing the governors' ballots were entered the Kianyaga tallying centre through the backdoor.
She protested saying that they should be removed and counting should be stopped.The governor tagged the electoral body on her social media handles to notify them of the illegal act.
"Rigging in broad day light - Two ballot boxes with governors' ballots enter Kianyaga through the back door in broad daylight! They MUST be removed and counting must stop! Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC)," Waiguru wrote on her social media.
Waiguru is contesting for the Kirinyaga gubernatorial seat on an UDA ticket.She was elected on a Jubilee party ticket in 2017 but later decamped to the Ruto led outfit of UDA.
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