Currently serving Nyeri member of parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu has claimed that 60 percent of Mount Kenya elections may be delayed. Ngunjiri, who was defeated by Duncan Matheny of UD in the election in August, has now said that the majority of the elections in the counties, institutions, and word levels in the mountains will be overturned and rerun.
Ngunjiri has warned the supporters of the candidates who have won various elective positions that they are still in the fight. The M has made the hilarious claim that campaign t-shirts shouldn't be turned into dusters in order to reduce costs.
His remarks coincide with concerns being voiced by Kenyans on the 10,000 votes flagged by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission on Saturday in Kiambu. According to IEB's head of staff, the votes were allegedly added in support of the deputy president Willie Ruto.
The Kirinyaga gubernatorial race was contentious, in accordance with Ngunjiri's erratic remarks. Female Representative Wangui Ngiricci had earlier been predicted to win, but afterwards IEB declared the incumbent Governor Inn Waiguru the winner.
The IEB's Ibrahim Wafula Hebukati has pledged to conduct a thorough verification of the presidential election results as Kenyans anxiously await a final declaration from the commission.
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