Tuesday 18th May 2021 was a beehive of activities as voters took to the ballot to elect their next representatives to serve ahead of the 2022 general election.
Voters in Juja Constituency, Bonchari Constituency and Rurii Ward headed to the ballot to exercise their constitutional right by taking part in electoral processes.
Controversial Deputy President William Ruto ally has sparked reactions online after penning his congratulatory message to a candidate for allegedly winning the by-election.
Former Kakamega County Senator Hon Bonny Khalwale penned a congratulatory message to congratulations United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate, Francis Muraya for allegedly winning the Rurii ward by-election.
"Congratulations Francis Muraya, MCA Rurii ward," Dr Bonny Khalwale penned.
The post by the Ruto ally has sparked a series of mixed reactions from netizens who stormed his timeline on the popular social media platform, Facebook, to pen the following reactions;
Today's parliamentary by-elections in Bonchari and Rurii ward were marred with suspicions as ODM claimed Jubilee was planning to rig the mini polls.
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