Kirinyaga county Returning officer has today escaped death by a whisker as irate local "goons" allegedly stormed a tallying centre, destroying election materials at Gichugu, Kirinyaga county. Where the tallying process of the Gubenotorial votes has been taking place.
Police officers were forced to come to the rescue of the returning officer, whisking him away to safety.
The irate locals were crying foul over the tallying process. As they alleged that their arch-rival, Governer Ann Waiguru is unfairly winning by trying to rig the votes.
This is according to information as shared by Reporter, Gladys on her Twitter handle. Via the video shared online, irate locals are seen destroying election materials, turning tables upside down. As security officers tried to calm them down.
Please click on the link to watch the video.Below is the tweet Image;
The Kirinyaga county top seat is being hotly contested with the incumbent Governet, Ann Waiguru seemly taking an early lead against the county MP, Wangui Ngirici.
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