The 2022 general election is getting nearer and the political leaders are sharpening their tools so as to be untouchable when time for ballot arrives.
This has been proven in the high intense by-elections held in various counties with all three major parties that is Jubilee, ODM and the UDA party having close match ups that has predicted just how close it will be in 2022.
However ahead of the decisive year, Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has come out to warn of a dangerous tool being used to manipulate the elections by his beloved Jubilee party.
In a tweet this Tuesday evening, the lawyer says that election violence is being tried and perfected in the many by-elections.
"Election violence as an effective tool for manipulating Elections in 2022 is being tried and perfected during the many by-elections by my BELOVED JUBILEE and the buck stops with the Office of President and CS @FredMatiangi and PS @Karanjakibicho," read Nasir's tweet.
This comes at a time when in most by-elections there have been cases of bribery as politicians have got arrested which really paints a bad picture ahead of the country's big election year.
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