Juja Parliamentary by-elections just came to an end and vote counting is ongoing, results have not yet been streamed by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries commission as expected, however, different politicians representing different political parties have been giving their unverified results.
As this continues, allegations of rigging has emerged as Muran'ga senator Irungu Kan'gata alleges that the Jubilee party is planning to rig in one of the polling stations in Juja constituency. The alleged malpractice is reportedly taking place at Jomo Kenyatta polling station and is being led by police officers. "Police are trying to rig Juja elections at Jomo Kenyatta Polling centre."
Both the Orange Democratic Movement party and the United Democratic Alliance party have accused the state of scheming to rig the election for the Jubilee candidates in all the three by-elections, they have been protesting against intimidation and threats by the police officers. However, the police services rubbished such claims insisting that all arrests made were lawful.
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