Ann Waiguru, Governor for Kirinyaga has decried broad daylight rigging. According to the report shared on Wednesday through Twitter, Ann Waiguru alleged that two ballot boxes were sneaked into the tallying center during vote counting process. A thing that has sparked alot of reactions from people across the country.
A thing that has lead to the United Democratic Alliance candidate to call for an immediate stoppage of the counting process until she was assured of free and fair and verifiable process.
"Rigging in broad daylight. Two ballot boxes with governors ballot enter Kirinyaga through the back door in broad daylight. Therefore they must be removed and counting process must be stopped." Waiguru Governor for Kirinyaga wrote on Twitter.
Her accusations comes barely days after she took an issue with independent Electoral Boundaries Commission IEBC after ballot papers were sent to Kakamega.
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