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"Ruto's KK Are Planning To Transport Marked Ballot Papers" Azimio Top Leader Says Ahead Of Election

The race to statehouse is becoming ugly and messy as politics gains another momentum. Leaders eyeing for various elective seats are traversing across the country hunting for votes.

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Amollo Odinga today spearheaded campaigns in the larger Mt Kenya region to continue spreading the Azimio gospel, as well as engaging more hustlers into his political bandwagon

However during the Azimio rally in Kiambu county various secretes on how William Ruto's Kenya kwanza camp are planning to rig the coming august polls so that their leader will succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta

Suna East Member of Parliement Junet Mohamed while addressing the rally alleged that William Ruto's led team are planning to import marked ballot papers through Ugandan border.

Azimio co principal says that FORD Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula has been sending emissaries to witness the printing of of ballot papers as a follow up to the discussion he had with Lykos (Hellas) SA Holding Representative last year.

Addressing Raila Odinga's supporters at Kabete in Kiambu County, Raila's confidant said Wetangula later met with the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati in Karen where they sealed the deal to rig elections in favour of Ruto. It's now clear that 2022 general elections has created alot of tension with Kenya kwanza ally fears that they might lose.

"You wanted to use ballot papers marked in Uganda before before they are Transport using Ugandan border. We know every plan you had including the meeting you had with IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati in Karen. Ballot papers are key instruments in the electoral process. We know what you did in 2017and we don't want elections to be disqualified again" Junet says. Source link:

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