IEBC commissioner wafula chebukati was today at Bomes addressing the issue of next elections that will be held this year on 8th of August . A man interrupted wafula chebukati's speech claiming that politicians have been lying to Kenyans with their fake promise that they don't fulfil after bring elected .
This happened as Kenyans complained that the cost if living has gone high and meeting the daily needs has became difficult to ordinary Kenyans . The man interrupted the speech and he was forced out by the security .
The man claimed that Kenyans should come up together and fight for their right while the politicians live a better life than those who are sending them to the office . The man was forced out of the meeting after claiming all politicians have been lying to Kenyans with their fake promises that they don't fulfil once they are elected into the office https://www.facebook.com/1464211677174747/posts/pfbid0PpMm33Z2ifkAzo6zhnFm88NWQXTgPkmYEgJ19Pjtui7cfrYp89eUkVT1oZftavSEl/?app=fbl
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