One of Kenya's vocal politicians, Kabando wa Kabando has made outrageous revelations concerning the past general elections. Kabando who is a close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta has come out to make claims about rigging votes in the past general elections. Kabando wa Kabando was among those who lost party nominations as he was aspiring for a parliamentary seat on Jubilee party ticket.
Despite his claims of messing the Jubilee nominations, Kabando continued to vie as an independent candidate despite supporting Uhuru Kenyatta as the next president in 2017. However, things have gradually changed and Kabando has come out to make it clear on the alleged rigging. Kabando who is an ally of the president has now claimed that election rigging must be prevented from happening in comparison to the previous general elections which involved rigging of votes.
His outrageous statement on the past general elections has sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans with some in support of his statements while some see them as propaganda. However, there is no concrete evidence to show that Kabando's words are indeed true despite him being on the side of government during the past general elections.
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