The Nakuru Senator Hon. Susan Kihika has lit the internet following her tweet about the up coming London ward elections. She has alleged that she has written a letter to the inspector general of police reporting allegations that thrre are plans to rig elections. She has stated that the attempts to have IEBC to react to the violation of elections rules has failed.
The by elections in the Nakuru county has been with highty tensions wher there is a close contest between the Jubilee candidate and the UDA candidate. The Jubilee candidate seems to be advantageous even after the ODM candidate steped down for his support.
This is a supremacy war between the godfathers behind the candidates. The Jubilee party wants to proof a point that despite the wrangles in the party, still the party is intact and popular on the ground such as Nakuru which is an equa share between the DP William Ruto an the President.
Her sentiments has attracted reactions from ths people as follows;
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