"The car in question is an IEBC vehicle being used by Commission staff who are providing technical support to the polling process.
The post by Moses Kuria is therefore a false allegation."Picture for illustrative purpose.
This is according to IEBC Kenya as they posted it on their facebook page. This is following the latest remarks by TangaTanga Mp Moses Kuria alleging that, there was kind of voting that was being conducted from flower plantations.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This bold and confident clarification by IEBC attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Moses kuria is doing his work as a vigilante, Congratulations Moses Kuria for doing your work exemplary.
"Good of you IEBC, continue being vigilant. This is a test of 2022 of whether you are ready or we look for other staffs. So far so good.
*We as Kenyans don't have time joke with you guys. Please make sure that this by-election is fully free and fair.
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