A lorry transporting ballot materials ahead of tomorrow’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA) nationwide primaries has ransacked in Embu Town, near Izaak Walton hotel. Reports Indicate that some ballot boxes and ballot papers have burnt down.
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) national elections board had announced that preparations for the party primaries scheduled on 14th April were complete.
Antony Mwaura, NEC Chairman said that all election materials including the ballot boxes and ballot papers had already arrived at the polling stations ahead of the exercise. The voting is expected to take place in thirty six counties across the country in the exercise that will only be open to 8 million registered United Democratic Alliance members.
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