The ODM party which is led by the former Prime minister Raila Odinga is continuing to raise serious concerns on what is currently going on in Bonchari as the by-election process is ongoing in various polling stations.
Through their official online platform, the party has exposed one of the government officials from the area carrying on an illegal act against the Kenyan Constitution.
By giving every detail of the alleged voting bribery, through photos captured and shared online, the ODM has specifically raised fingers at the area Assistant Chief at Isamwera with the registered motor circle of number plate GKB 070N dishing out some cash to the area residents.
The party has even gone miles ahead to expose the official names of the government official whom they have identified as Erick Ondere whom they have accused of openly breaking the law while chest-thumping, telling people how heavily he is protected.
Such illegal acts have also been spotted in Riamagige and Gesare Primary Schools where the voting process is ongoing.
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