The independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) cannot be the one to blame for the low turnout of voters especially the youth as far as voting is concerned according to Prof Abdi Guliye.
However, in a quick response to the message, vocal Murang'a county politician who is also the former Mukurwe-ini Constituency member of the national assembly Kabando wa Kabando has come out to launch allegations about the last general elections indicating that Jubilee allegedly rigged the presidential elections, allegations which cannot be independently verified.
He went ahead to state that president Uhuru Kenyatta's presidency is the biggest reason why many kenyan youth do not want to vote. He said that the president's adminstration is incompetent and this has meant that kenyans have lost hope.
"Some Reasons youths are giving against voting, Electoral thefts - 2017 sham primaries, "54%" fraud, Presidential RIGGED, BBI fraud aggravated by blatant plot for 9/8/22, Impunity & CORRUPTION, Sellout Opposition, INCOMPETENT, CORRUPT Presidency, Lack of Hope," he said.
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