Hon. Charity Ngilu has called for the ballot papers to be inspected before the August general polls and kept in the safe place to curb the issues of election irregularities. She said that the commission must enhance transparency and credibility so that kenyans can exercise their democratic rights without any doubt.
She sent a warning to the Independent electoral and Boundaries commission chairman Mr Wafula Chebukati telling him to stop taking sides and come out clear so that he can tell the people how prepared the commission it ahead of the polls.
She urged the Residents to remain vigilant and choose their leaders wisely so that they can get financial support and reduce the cost of living among millions of Kenyans.
She said that the Azimio One Kenya Alliance Coalition team will win more than 90% of the region votes and they remain confident that they will succeed the president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta after his August retirement.
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