Sirisia MP John Waluke, he says the state had a big hand in Kabuchai and Matungu by-elections and they could not contain the Government, source files.
"If indeed the election was free and fair, why were people beaten by police and goons from as early as 8.00 AM till the elections were completed, I do not think people voted, the elections were rigged but anyway we have accepted because be cannot fight Government,"he said.
The controversial MP further states that he led UDA in Kabuchai and the campaigns they held deserved a win, they were just surprised to realize that despite voters being disrupted while voting, the Ford Kenya Candidate Majimbo Kalasinga still garnered a lot of votes.
"I have never seen a by-election where more voters turn up like what happened in Kabuchai, we saw very few people in polling station but the Government winner got a lot of votes, we are still hunting the seat with our candidate Evans Kakai come next year," he added.
Waluke now says UDA has learnt a lot and they are strategizing themselves to secure more seats next year.
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