Protests Rock's Kiagu Ward Ahead Of By-election After IEBC Disqualified Chama Cha Kazi Candidate.
Heavy protests have rocked Kiagu Ward where By-election's for Member of County Assembly are expected to be conducted soon and this was after the Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) candidate was disqualified from the race by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC and asked the party to submit another candidate.
The party leader Moses Kuria confirmed this and stated that they will be going to the High Court to challenge this decision.
Many supporters of him, that is Milton Mwenda have stated that it was unjustified disqualification and they even vowed that there will be no elections without him.
The By-election's are scheduled to take place on the 14th of October 2021.
The Kiagu Ward residents also accused UDA of dictatorship.
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