"Where Is She Going With The Papers? " Drama At Bomas As Gladys Shollei Stirs Commotion With Azimio
A screaming altercation broke out at the Bomas of Kenya between Raila Odinga (Azimio) and William Ruto (UDP) party agents, disrupting the verification of second-round presidential results. Gladys Shollei was caught gathering suspicious documents from one of the presidential results verification tables.
Azimio La Umoja commanders who observed her yelled, questioning her motives. The Commission had barred agents from carrying physical papers around the counting tables.
Gladys Wanga, the new governor of Homa Bay, yelled, "Where is she with the papers?" Her colleagues, including Kisumu West MP T.J Kajwang Roza Buyu, began chanting, whipping up the crowd. Leaders were suspicious of Shollei's activity in the theater after seeing her earlier with a laptop backpack. Vice Chairwoman Juliana Cherera asked audience leaders to stay quiet.
She pleaded, "Keep order and let practice go." Both factions' leaders ignored her request and insulted each other. A suspicious item found in the main auditorium caused Azimio and UDA agents to battle. Kenyans eagerly await the Commission's results by August 16, 2022. Only accredited authorities can access the counting desk within the auditorium. All 290 Returning Officers have arrived at the location and are filing Forms 34B.
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