Photo: Jeremiah Kioni being chased out of polling station after alleged voter bribery
Jubilee Party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni has been chased away by voters in a polling station in Ndaragwa Constituency.
A video taken by unknown person saw Jeremiah Kioni being forced to leave a polling station as police officers cools down the situation.
"Atoke tupige kura. Hatumtaki hapa. Aende kabisa!" said one of angry woman in a polling station
Kioni was seen trying to intervene with police officers who were in polling station but didn't bore fruits .
The lawmaker was escorted to his land cruiser vehicle as he drove away.
The lawmaker is alleged to have been bribing voters and members of public alerted police officers.
Delays and logistical problems have been reported in some places voting process goes on, but in general the process appears smooth.
Voting is expected to end at exactly 5PM as IEBC reports that six million voters have already casted their votes.
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