Cabinet Secretary for Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government of Kenya Fred Matiang'i has been the talk of the town after Bonchari by_elections. It's alleged that armed security personnel were put up in Bonchari to 'scare away voters'. The Jubilee Party die hard being the security boss is the only one who should answer to Kenyans why there was intimidation and harassment in the area through use of military personnel.
The former Energy Petroleum Regulatory Authority director Pavel Oimeke won the elections by casting 8 049 votes flagging ODM party ticket. The second and third runner up were Jubilee's Zebedeo Opore with 7279 votes and UDA's Teresa Bitutu with 6964 votes. The elections had no irregulaties detected.
CS Matiangi was on a meeting with Kajiado, Machakos and Makueni leaders and seen the process of signing a MOU bill to create a buffer around Konza City. The MOU bill will help protect thousands of jobs , investments and wildlife preventing uncurbed development and encroachment. Kenyans have made it known to CS Matiangi that they won't forget of his atrocities at Bonchari by elections no matter what. This is what they had to say on Twiiter:
Deep State: ODM in Bonchari shame on you
Walter: Why did you harass amd intimidate voters in Bonchari?
Raymond: Chest thumpig and intimidation,you will pay one day.
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