A myriad number of Kenyans were left in great aghast after news that Wiper party leader Hon Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka had been barred from vying for the highly coveted presidential seat in the contagious August 9th general election made headlines on distinguished Kenyan local media stations.
With these shocking news still culminating the kenyan cordial atmosphere, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has finally given Kenyans a glimpse of the pivotal reason as to why it barred the former Vice president from vying for the presidential poll.
The IEBC has divulged that its move was informed by Kalonzo Musyoka's failure to meet all the the commissions laid down requirements for the August 9th presidential aspirants.
These news come at a time when the Wiper party leader was presumably expected to engage in a cut throat battle with Raila Odinga, DP William Ruto and other presidential aspirants in a solemn quest to unravel who will be the Kenya's 5th president
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