Bonchari Juja by Elections has been the talk of the day decorating headlines with scenarios that occured. Ever since no day in Kenya has Elections been done without incidence happening. Based on yesterday's incidents leaders have reacted differently with most condemning acts that were seen. James Nyoro is now in hot soup after he was captured creating unnecessary chaos in mang'u highschool Tallying center. His act saw IEBC suspend counting due to his disruption.
However Kimani Ichungwa has alleged that Nyoro was sent by deep state and did so because he knew the body had his back. This might be true at some point because the man is freely walking unlike an incident that occured in the past event were Rashid Echesa was arrested after slapping an IEBC official.
However Wafula Chebukati has said that state won't Succeed in rigging Elections."Ballot papers are serialised and we know how many ballot papers were used in the whole process so anybody who thinks they can introduce foreign papers in the polling is a total waste of time (SIC)." He said while addressing the media.
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