With less than 32 days to August 9 elections, a vocal political analyst has dropped a morning shocker to Kenyans listing 8 points on how the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) colluded with a Greek firm in the printing of this year's ballot papers.
According to allegations by Matsanga David, the electoral body did not fully involve all the stakeholders in the printing of the ballot papers and it must come out clean on the matter.
The vocal political analyst went ahead and reminded Kenyans how daily the nation reported a close ally of Ruto (Wetangula) involvement with the awarding of the tender to the greek firm was compromised.
"The Daily Nation Newspaper was right. The Greek intelligence has confirmed to our contacts," Matsanga wrote on his Facebook account.
Below are Matsanga's eight alleged points about the Greek firm and IEBC;
1)The Greeks are not corrupt but the IEBC is corrupt. Why choose Greece?
2)IEBC must come out clean because there are now EU regulations on corruption.
3)So whether today or tomorrow the allegations of ballot printing will surface and it will jail people.
4)I told you that in Greece, you can obtain everything with $10,000.
5) I have now obtained those letters that were written to those guys.
6)The Daily Nation Newspaper was right. The Greek intelligence has confirmed to our contacts
7)The tender was tailored by the Mafia to give the Greek printer .
8)It is up to you Kenyans to decide on whether the IEBC should be TRUSTED.
Today's move comes at a time when the Raila-led coalition has alleged that the electoral body is not well prepared to handle the polls as the Greek company awarded the tender of printing of ballot papers is questionable prompting the IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati to respond.
Raila coalition is pushing IEBC to include the manual voters register a move that has raised debate across the political divide.
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