The former Bonchari Member of Parliament Charles Onyancha has alleged that the Jubilee party candidate for Bonchari parliamentary seat Hon Zebedeo Opore is planning to rig the Bonchari by-election which is slated on 18th May 2021.
While speaking in his Gusii dialect at Riamagige SDA Church in Bonchari Constituency, the former lawmaker alleged that the Jubilee Candidate Hon Zebedeo Opore has hatched plans of rigging the upcoming by-election in Bonchari so that he can cling to the seat.
"We will fish them out of their mothers' homes, frog march them and beat them. Police should dare to step in Bonchari, they should respect Bonchari the way they respect their mothers' breasts" He said in Gusii dialect.
Below is the Facebook link of the video.
However, Bonchari residents have warned the legislator for inciting electorates so that they can ignite riots among different political parties in Bonchari.
This comes a time when the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta and the ODM party leader Raila Odinga have been drumming for peace and unity during election periods in the country as a way of embracing handshake.
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