ODM party leader Raila Odinga and Hon Alinur Mohammed have pointed out a finger to the police after what was experienced in Bonchari Juja by-election. According to them there was a willfull abuse of power by the police.
"Some people like the Interior and National Coordination Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i should know that power is temporary. Actually he should be charged for abuse of office. What we saw yesterday is unacceptable. That is the misuse of our police". Hon Alinur Mohammed statement read.
Raila's words comes shortly after Moses Kuria through his Facebook page alleges that Chebukati defied from state house order to stop the count.
In Juja IEBC accused Governor Nyoro of hooliganism after he paid goons to disrupts tallying. The count was suspended after the goons tried to walk a way with the ballot boxes. Elsewhere in Bonchari things were same, ODM officials and some MCAs were arrested with claims of voter bribery. But what we should all praise is that there was no use of tear gas nor bullets being shot. The police did their part and we should thank them for that.
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