William Ruto, the deputy president, identified two people in relation to the scary leaflets that have been circulated throughout the Rift valley during a news conference with foreign journalists today.
According to Ruto, the terrifying leaflets were purportedly written by Maalim Mohamed, the regional commissioner for the Rift Valley, and two other important government figures, Samson Ojwang and Stephen Kihara.
Ruto went on to say that Uhuru Kenyatta, the president of Kenya, was well aware of the syndicate.
The vice president, William Ruto, claimed the action is an attempt to frighten voters in order to encourage a low turnout.
According to news that has recently started to spread, the Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has been instructed to use the manual register as well during the upcoming elections.
According to sources, the Azimio wing filed a complaint after the IEBC decided to only use Keims Kits for the upcoming elections.
The IEBC indicated that if the set Keims kits weren't functional, a manual register would be used instead.
Chebukati and his associates had revealed that the purchase of more Keims kits was conducted with the same intent.
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