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Junet Mohamed Interrupts Vote Counting Process In Parliament After Azimio Gets Zero Vote.

Suna East Individual from Parliament Junet Mohammed cut off vote including process in the Public Get together as he fought a situation where a few MPs were deciding in favor of the East African Regulative Gathering hopefuls based on their political affiliations on whether one was in Azimio or the Kenya Kwanza Union.

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He briefly stopped the vote considering process he approached the speaker to explain on the issue.

"I have recently heard someone saying Kenya Kwanza 5, Azimio zero. What vote is that? Could we at any point know from which region since it is truly astounding" Junet said.

He asked why somebody would go to the electing stall and decisions in favor of Kenya Kwanza and say Azimio had zero votes.

" Does it imply that no one decided in favor of Azimio? Could that be considered spoilt vote moreover? That is a spoilt vote...There is absolutely no chance Azimio can get zero.." Junet said.

The speaker then, at that point, mediated and explained in general issue. He said that the MP who casted a ballot that just gave the Kenya Kwanza hopeful a vote however overlooked the Azimio contender.

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