Today, violence has erupted in several parts of the country as by elections is in the process in seven different areas. In Kiamokama police arrested Moses Nyandusi one of the aspirants in the by elections. This incidence has led to protest by UDA supporters who feel infringed by the police.
Chaos erupted at Milimani Primary School polling station in London Ward, Nakuru County as violent youth accused Lang’ata MP Nixon Korir of bribing voters. Police were forced to use teargas to disperse the crowd. Mr Korir's vehicle was smashed in the fracas.
Nakuru elections manager Silas Rotich ordered Mr Korir and other leaders including Susan Kihika and Senator Murkomen out of the polling centre. After refusing to get out the police were forced to chase them by using teargas canisters.
In the Matungu by elections a video has gone viral of Rashid Echesa slapping a polling station officers after claiming that they plan to rig the election by refusing to involve all the parties' agents
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