According to the resident, a man identified as MC Solo was moving around the polling stations in the region dishing out money to voters allegedly pursuading them to vote for Dr.Mutunga.
In a video shared through WhatsApp groups and social media platforms from the Constituency, the said MC Solo is seen being Chased away by angry residents who were out in large numbers to exercise their voting rights.
Watch video of the incident here.
Mutunga is facing stiff competition from former Assistant Minister of Higher Education Dr. Kilemi Mwiria who is vying through Devolutiom Empowerment Party locally known as MBUS.
Supporters from other candidates are accusing the UDA candidate of using dirty tricks to consolidate votes from voters.
As this was happenings, various polling stations within the Constituency experiencing technical problems with the KIEMS kits forcing the voting exercises to be halted for some hours.
At Limbine Primary school, KIEMS Kit experienced technical hitches forcing Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) to source for new more kits.
Reporting from Limbine Polling Station in Tigania West Constituency, Meru County.
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