Elections Lacked Credibility, Angaza Movement Observers Says.
In a statement issued on Friday, the Angaza Movement gave their report on the conduct of the 2022 general elections and they pocked a number of holes in the process where they even stated the elections lacked credibility.
They also talked about the failure of KEMS kits that disenfranchised some of the voters.
The Angaza Movement also stated that there was unilateral and incomplete announcement of the presidential election results by the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati and called for a unilateral cancellation of Elections by the IEBC chairperson.
The group also stated that there were unnecessary deaths of people including an IEBC official and there was also chaos during tallying.
The Angaza Movement further urged Kenyan's to maintain peace during this period.
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