Residents of Juja in Kiambu County have decided following the by-elections that took place yesterday. Results delayed due to interruption of the tallying process where IEBC issue press release that the process has been discontinued until normalcy is restored.
This was after a group of people led by Kiambu Governor James Nyoro stormed the tallying center and caused chaos. IEBC officials stood firm despite the intimidations from the goons. It was a wise idea for the IEBC to stop the tallying process for the sake of integrity and protection to their people.
In a Facebook post, Kiharu Member of Parliament Honorable Ndindi Nyoro who camped at Mang'u High School tallying center with Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria has congratulated all team hustlers for making it happen.
"It's done. Congratulations Juja Hustlers and all Hustlers of Kenya. George Koimburi it is. To the Deep State, learn to respect Kenyans. We are African and Africa is our Business", Ndindi Nyoro posted.
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