As Kenyans continue to raise their eyebrows at the current administration led by the Kenya Kwanza Party leader William Ruto and his deputy president Rigathi Gachagua, more details continue to be raised on that very day on what happened at the National Tally, Bomas of Kenya where the Chairman of the group Wafula Chebukati underwent hard times during the time of announcement.
This morning, Kimani Wamatangi, one of the governors who are currently in office articulated that the punching of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chairperson was a shameful act and ought not to be repeated any time.
He further disclosed that one of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioner bled profusely on that fateful day after he was hit and clobbered at the Bomas of Kenya.
"I saw a Commissioner of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission bleeding blood because he had been hit and clobbered and was trying to cover his wounds. One senior person punched Chebukati in the full glare of cameras. It was a shameful act," Kimani Wamatangi stated.
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