IEBC complained about Kiambu governor James Nyoro disrupting tallying process during the Juja Constituency by-election because a hustlers' candidate was winning by a lot, an act that constitutes an election offence.
Kiambu governor James Nyoro stormed the tallying Centre at Mang'u High School in Juja and declared himself the winner.
When he was advised that his name was not on the ballot, he accused IEBC of not respecting the president and vowed to teach them a lesson.
Chebukati has said that he will write to the Dpp Nordin Haji to prosecute Kiambu Governor James Nyoro and his team that disrupted last night tallying in Juja.
MP Moses Kuria has confirmed that he held a meeting with Kiambu County MCAs; says they are ready to impeach Governor James Nyoro.
"We have held several discussions with Kiambu MCAs regarding the criminal conduct of Governor James Nyoro. As the DPP takes up the matter following the directions of the IEBC, the MCAs will concurrently move to impeach Dr Nyoro." - MP Moses Kuria.
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