Today is the day that the By-elections for Bonchari elections is set to happen,the voting is currently as the political rivalry between the Jubilee party and the ODM party Intensifies,this is after several Jubilee party campaigners have been caught bribing voters.
The ODM party through its official twitter handle has reported a number of bribery cases by its competitors which has led to the increased rivalry between the two parties.In one incident Jerusha Momanyi and her counterpart Kiogoro had time after they were chased by the ODM youths who discovered that the two were bribing the Voters.
"Our hawk-eyed youths have chased away Jubilee’s Jerusha Momanyi and Kiogoro MCA Apepo from Kerina polling station where they had gone to bribe voters. We encourage our youths and supporters to continue being vigilance to stop the STEAL #OimekeThePeoplesChoice,"ODM party twitted.
We hope that the election will end peacefully and the two parties will put aside their rivalry and accept the Results,all the best to Bonchari people as they exercise their democracy rights.
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