Gatundu South member of parliament, Hon. Moses Kuria has finally broken silence and fired back at presidential candidate under the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga from his remarks he made while in Githunguri, Kiambu.
Raila Odinga said that there will be no election unless the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) adopts both the manual and electronic voter register. IEBC had said that there will be no manual register as they seek to adapt technology and it is something Raila is against.
Odinga said that failure to have a manual register is a plan by the commission to interfere with the forthcoming election, hence insisting that both registers must be available. Raila said that manual register in all polling stations is an essential requirements for his camp to be in the ballot.
Speaking via his Facebook page, Kuria has fired back at Raila saying that it is not a must he be in the ballot. Kuria has told him that he doesn't have a capacity to stop an election and that it will go on as planned.
"For Raila to say no manual register no elections is an insecurity issue. In his capacity, he cannot stop an election, even William Ruto cannot stop an election, It is not mandatory that Raila Odinga is in the ballot,he boycotted in 2017 but we have a president." Wrote Moses Kuria.
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