Today has been the D-day for Juja Constituency residents, as they had to wake up very early in the morning to elect their Member of National Assembly.
Koimburi will vied for the seat on a People's Empowerment Party (PEP) against Jubilee's Susan Njeri Waititu.
The voting exercise which started with low turnout of voters has been concluded and counting of votes is currently underway across all polling stations.
However, Irungu Kang'ata, one of the Hustler nation agent watching the voting exercise, has come up with frustrating details that has raised temperatures in the UDA camp.
According to Kang'ata, Police Officers were trying to rig Juja elections at Jomo Kenyatta Polling centre.
In Juja DEB poling station, Denis Itumbi claimed that, there were guns totting Police Officers who had managed to sneak pre-marked ballots in two Polling Stations.
The blogger allied to Ruto, Shared a clip of area County Commissioner and police storming Gachororo and Jkuat DEB with marked ballots attemptingto stuff them in the Ballot boxes
However, Itumbi indicated that, the Hustler candidate was currently leading in 131 polling station out of 184 with 8761 votes against 4821 votes for the Jubilee candidate
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