It's a battle between president Uhuru kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga in Bonchari by Election. As the polls continue, ODM agent by the name Navea Oketch has issued Critical message about voter bribery in one of the polling stations.
Navea says she has photos of marked ballot papers as well as photos of voters being bribed. She said this happened at Nyamiombo polling station. Navea Oketch says that the bribery has been facilitated by jubilee candidate Zebedeo Opore.
"ODM Agent, Navea Oketch claims voter bribery and malpractice is ongoing at Nyamiombo polling station. She claims people allied to Jubilee’s Zebedeo Opore are responsible", KBC is quoted.
Bonchari will bring a new shape of the Kenyan politics as 2022 nears. There is the ODM candidate Pavel oimeke, jubilee candidate Zebedeo Opore and UDA candidate Teresia Oroo.
There was also some claims that ballot papers were ferried to one of kisii top politicians at night. This raised alarm that there will be malpractices in the process. The above claims were aired by ODM secretary general Edwin sifuna.
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