Orange Democratic Movement party members have on Tuesday May 18, joined called to support their candidate in Bonchari By-elections in Kisii County. They also urged independent Electoral and boundaries commission IEBC to act fast on the alleged vote stealing that was being witnessed in the area or else they call their supporters to act.
Things started getting messy during morning hours after they started tweeting about elections irregularities in Bonchari Constituency By-elections like voter bribery and vote stealing. Police officers acted swiftly and controlled the situation upto now.
In a Twitter statement, Dennis Itumbi, the former director of digital media at the Presidential Strategic Communication Unit has congratulated ODM Candidate Oimeke for securing early lead with only five polling stations remaining.
"Congratulations Oimeke, ODM for winning Bonchari. With FIVE Polling stations to go, I call it for ODM. UDA behind with 300 @FredMatiangi rejected in Kisii. Kifua, Teargas & Intimidation NEVER win elections. BTW, Matiangi, prepare to refund Ruaraka Land Money that you stole", Denis Itumbi tweeted.
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