The most anticipated by elections in Bonchari is finally underway. The reason why most Kenyans waited anxiously for this day is because the handshake is set to face a trial. This is after ODM Party refused to step down and support the Jubilee candidate at it has been happening in other by elections recently.
However, the battle started before the d_day. This is after ODM party complained being intimidated by the police. The night before the elections, ODM communications director Phillip Etale posted on social media that police had surrounded the hotel that they were using.
Today afternoon, ODM party took to Twitter and alleged that youths and two plain clothes police officers have been moving around Wards in Bonchari on a pick-up vehicle harassing and intimidating people perceived to be against the Jubilee candidate.
All eyes are therefore on the two parties as they continue pointing accusing fingers at each other. The big question therefore is, is the recent friendship between the two parties that has been recently witnessed continue? Only time will tell.
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