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Raila's Camp Responds To Claims Of IEBC Chairman Creating Extra Polling Stations Infavor Of Dp Ruto

Lots of trust Issues are befalling the Azimio la Umoja brigade in Connection with the credibility of the Electoral and Boundary commission IEBC, The presidential candidate of Azimio, Raila Odinga has cited fears and concerns about how IEBC is conducting its preparations for the general elections.

Odinga has now claimed that IEBC might be having a private agenda towards the elections in favor of deputy president William Ruto. Moses Masika wetangula has been linked with a ballot printing company, with allegations spitting up that one of his close allies is directly linked to the printing company.

Barely a few days after the ODM coordinator posted how 6 officials of IEBC were linked to Dp, he made allegations about how Wafula Chebukaty created extra 10,000 polling stations in favor of William Ruto. According to him, the UDA flagbearer poured a lot of cents into chebukaty to ensure Ruto wins the elections. It is yet to be confirmed whether the allegations are real, or part of the game to snatch the attention of the IEBC chairman.

He is what Philip etale posted, "Wafula Chebukaty that Monkey business you are trying to play with Ruto who has poured money in your banks will be your undoings. Those 10,000 extra polling stations you have created for William will be shut and be placed into shame. we will not allow you to play such games.

This came a few hours after Raila Odinga pledged to boycott the general elections if IEBC was to dismiss the use of manual registers together with the electronic register. Raila Raised concerns that, if Incase the tool kits fail to perform then IEBC will be having the manual register as a backup.

On the other hand, more than 13 disqualified presidential aspirants are seeking justice from the judiciary about Wafula Chebukaty allowing them to Vie for the presidential seat ahead of August, the duos Also want the chairman to resign from office.

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