Fracas was reported outside the Bomas of Kenya Gates even as police officers from Administrative Units now adopted using Horses to disperse the athe nxious crowd led by Nairobi Senator, George Alandwa of Makandara after they were locked from Accompanying James Orengo and Anyang Nyongo to Uchaguzi Centre.Orengo Makes Phone Call After Being Locked Out of Bomas of Kenya On Sunday
In an exclusive report seen by this writer, police via a number of photos are seen pleading with Kemyans perceived to be supporters of ODM Party who kept of asking why their leaders such as Sifuna have been banned from accessing Bomas of Kenya despite the fact that he is one of the bonafide leaders.
According to the report star newspaper, The youths camped there after some leaders were barred from getting into the tallying centre.
Some of the leaders locked out were the newly elected Nairobi senator Edwin Sifuna, Makadara MP-elect George Aladwa, Siaya governor-elect James Orengo, Nderitu Muriithi and others.
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