Murang'a women representative Sabina Chege has found herself on the wrong side of the law receiving accusations from the Tangatanga team for her actions live at Kameme FM radio during Juja and Bonchari byelections voting day.
Former Senate chief whip Irungu Kanagata has claimed that Sabina is using the media to campaign for Juja Jubilee candidates on the voting day which is against the elections regulations. According to the Independent Electrol and Boundaries Commissions' regulations, the campaign is closed a day before the elections and no one is exempt to continue with the campaign when the process is ongoing.
She might therefore find herself at the court if Tangatanga leaders will take an action against her for the claimed action with evidence that she did it through the media, and she might even be politically pushed to the edge by strong forces from leaders in Ruto's camp who have filled a candidate in Juja and Bonchari.
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