Tangatanga politicians have been set to yet on another celebration moods after Ruto's linked UDA Party Candidates shined on various by-elections.
Deputy President William Ruto and his allies have already reacted to the examplary performance registered by “his” UDA Party.
“We thank GOD for Hustler nation Victory in Juja and Rurie and the Awesome show in bonchari. A big congratulations to all our hustler teams for a sterling performance against all odds. Hongera our competitors, let's keep it issue based and pull together. Sasa tupange uchumi and Big4”, he tweeted.
However, ODM blogger Robert Alai has accused Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for having a close link with the second in command.
“IEBC as currently constituted is Ruto's private cartel,” he posted.
This is not the first time ODM and supporters are accusing the commission of being biased in elections.
It in records that the Raila led party in a Coalition with other parties petitioned 2017 Presidential elections to the Supreme Court of Kenya that saw it nullified by Maraga's led judges.
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