Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

Wajackoyah Mourns at His Father's Grave After Being Turned Away by the IEBC

Today, on the 9th of August, most Kenyans together with Political leaders showed up at different polling stations to practice their right of Voting for leaders of their choice. The foremost Political leaders to vote were Kenya Kwanza's DP Ruto who arrived at his polling station in Sugoi at 6:00 am. And Azimio's running mate:Martha Karua arrived at the polling station in Kirinyaga at 5:45 am.

Later on, other Political leaders showed up to practice their rights with their fellow Kenyans. The current president Uhuru Kenyatta was also witnessed casting his vote in the company of his family and he emphasized on Kenyans maintaining peace and order.

Just a few hours ago, the roots party leader professor George Wajackoyah also set to the polling station to practice his right. Unfortunately, after turning up at Indangalasia primary school polling station in the Company of his wife, he was turned away by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission after the KIEMS Kit Failed.

After being turned away professor George Wajackoyah went to his father's:Tito Olilo Jakoya's grave where he bitterly mourned after being denied a chance to vote. After doing so, Wajackoyah was allowed to vote. after a three hours delay.

Content created and supplied by: @Journalist (via Opera News )

George Wajackoyah Indangalasia Martha Karua Uhuru Kenyatta Wajackoyah


Load app to read more comments