As Kenya awaits to conduct her general election tomorrow, IEBC says that, the officials are ready to conduct the exercise. According to the reports given today and shared by kenyans.co.ke news on Twitter, the gubernatorial election for Mombasa and kakamega, will not take place. This is after the papers provided captured images not belonging to the aspirants.
Three political leaders are not going to be subjected to election process. They are now waiting to be sworn into the office. This was after having no other candidates who registered to oppose them in the ballot. The three leaders includes, Kericho women representative candidate Beatrice Kemei, Issa Aden, who secured Sabena ward MCA seat in Lagdera, Garissa county and Julius Kimutai, who will be sworn in, as the MCA for Eldama ravine, Baringo county. This is according to a post shared by TheStarKenya news on Twitter. Julius Kimutai and Beatrice Kemei are from UDA party while Issa Aden is from national agency party.
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