Wafula Wamunyinyi has accused Ford-Kenya candidate Wafula Wakoli of planning to rig and bringing marked ballot papers into polling stations. While speaking to journalists after voting, Wamunyinyi claims that Ford-Kenya has a plan to rig.
He says he has been shocked to learn that agents have marked ballot papers in their hands. He says that it is only IEBC that should be in the custody of the ballot papers and not agents.
Wamunyinyi has revealed that residents of Bungoma County have already burnt the papers in Bumula and Sirisia. The former MP says he will not allow rogue people to compromise the elections.
“I have been surprised to find out that Ford-Kenya agents are having marked ballot papers in polling stations. That is against the law and we cannot allow it to happen. The residents have already burnt some in Bumula and Sirisia. I would also like to ask our people to come out in large numbers so that we can get our next Senator,” Wamunyinyi has said.
Wamunyinyi and Wakoli are in a stiff competitions to succeed Wetangula who resigned to become Speaker of the National Assembly.
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