Uasin Gishu county commander Stephen Kihara.
Uasin Gishu county governor Jackson Mandagor has come out to cry foul after a top government official was accused of holding meetings for Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party at night.
The governor who hails from the county that is the home county of deputy president and Kenya Kwanza alliance president of candidate William Ruto claims that the county commander Stephen Kihara is up to no good.
Mandagor said that the county commander has been calling for night meetings of chiefs in the vote rich County with the target being to have the chiefs help in mobilizing ground support for Raila Odinga.
"The county commissioner should stop those schemes because we know everything he has been doing in the region at night," Mandagor said.
His remarks came at a time he also pointed an accusing finger at the directorate of criminal investigation for what he said is failure to properly investigate claims that the governor was involved in illegalities that could jeopardize peace after the elections.
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