UDA, Wiper, Jubilee, Ford-Kenya And ODM Win In Victories That Lack Dignity And Glory
By Dalanews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 57473 views
The Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) announced final results for four ward by-elections and will shortly be announcing results for the two Parliamentary seats.
Orange Democratic Party's Malachi Mainya triumphed in Kiamokama Ward in Kisii County after gannering 1,907 votes against PEDs Daniel Ondabu who got 1,257 votes.
In Nakuru's London Ward UDAs Anthony Nzuki triumphed with 1,707 votes against Jubilee's Francis Njoroge who came in second with 1,385 votes.
Jubilee's Lucy Ngendo was declared winner in Eldoret Huruma Ward polling 2,498 against Peter Kimani of TND with 1,147 votes.
IEBC declared Jubilee's Virginia Wamaitha winner in Hell's Gate Ward polling 3,955 votes to Jonathan Warothe of UDAs 2,742 votes.
IEBC is yet to announce final results any time now for Matungu and Kabuchai Constituency by-elections.
The victories however lacked the sweetness and glory of triumph as chaos and violence marred voting. At stake were larger political issues including BBI Report success and warming up for the 2022 presidential elections.
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