The Bonchari parliamentary by-elections are scheduled to be held tomorrow,18th May 2021.It is this race that has attracted candidates from ODM, UDA and Jubilee Party.As the IEBC prepares to conduct by-elections,a large contingent of General Service unit police have been spotted in the area.As this happens,ODM issued a statement claiming that they have noticed marked ballot boxes being ferried,which they claimed to be belonging to Jubilee candidate.
Tomorrow is a big day for the Bonchari constituency as they are set to conduct a by-election to have a person who they believe will be a superb replacement of late Jahn Oyioka's legacy.A lot of candidates have declared their interest to run for the position which was left vacant after the sudden demise of John.
Teresa Bitutu has been a thorn in the flesh of Jubilee in Bonchari by-election due to the massive support that she has amassed.She enjoys support from even PDP party which her late husband John Oyoo used to contest with in Bonchari constituency before his untimely death.Teresa Bitutu has huge challenge from ODM party and jubilee but clearly it's evident she could be unstoppable due her focus on leadership even when her husband was MP for Bonchari always supporting everybody in need.
Teresa Bitutu is Widow to the late Bonchari MP John Oroo Oyioka.She is the UDA candidate in Bonchari and is clearly doing everything within her power to win the Tomorrow by-election.She has been a strong leader in the constituency a reason she could really be unstoppable.
Deputy President William Ruto is looking closely at the upcoming mini polls in Bonchari and Juja Constituencies.The two seats fell vacant after the legislators representing those constituencies passed away.In Juja Constituency, Moses Kuria who is an ally of Dr Ruto fielded a candidate to compete with Jubilee's candidate who doubles up as a widow to the late Member of Parliament for Juja.
Vocal Tangatanga politician Alice Wahome has taken to social media to lament about the treatment UDA candidate Teresa Oroo is receiving ahead of Tuesday's By-election.In a tweet, Wahome has claimed that many police officers are being used to monitor their candidate, terming the move as "evil machinations."
ODM Says There Are Four Boxes Full Of Marked Ballot Papers At Kisii Aimed To Rig Tomorrow's Election
By-election penned tomorrow in Bonchari has elicited fresh controversy.ODM through Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has said that there are four boxes full of marked ballot papers that may be used to rig tomorrow's exercise.The boxes according to Sifuna are currently at a senior politician's house in Kisii town.
It is just a few hours to tomorrow by-election in Bonchari Constituency where the residents of this constituency are expected to exercise their constitutional rights to elect a leader of their choice.According to the photo shared on social media, police have since arrived in the area to ensure that all the rights and freedoms of the citizen in the area elect the leaders of their choice without any interference as it is their mandate to do so as per the constitution of Kenya.
ODM party has expressed concern about their voters being frustrated ahead of the election that will take place on Tuesday the party says that those opposing their candidate have resorted to intimidation.Accusing them of using state Machinery to intimidate voters and supporters ODM has made it clear that they will not be intimidated by the many police convoy that has been seen heading to Kisii.
A few hours remaining for Bonchari constituency voters to cast their votes in electing an Mp after the death of Hon.John Oroo Oyioka.ODM party Secretary General Edwin Sifuna has raised concerns over a tampered ballot box containing ballot papers after it appeared punctured.According to Sifuna,he claimed that the ballot box should be completely sealed and would only be opened in presence of all party agents.
The ODM party has maintained allegations of conspiracy to steal votes in the Bonchari by-elections in Kisii County.Speaking at the Bonchari polling station, the party's secretary general, Edwin Sifuna, said he had important information that four ballot boxes that had already been cast had been transported to the compound of one local politician before being distributed to polling stations with large numbers of voters in the area of Bogiakumu.
The IEBC will conduct a by- election tomorrow to get a new representative of Bonchari electrotes in the national assembly.The seat was left vacant a few months ago,it attracted members across the all the parties, ODM, Jubilee and UDA.UDA is represented by the wife of the late John Oroo.
Just hours to the Bonchari parliamentary by-election, there are several allegations of planned election malpractice as several parties continue to register their disappointment in the manner in which the goverment is handling the whole situation.The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party top officials have also alleged that the government is planning to do a number of activities in the region during the election day to ensure the Jubilee Party candidates carries the day.
On Tuesday Residents of Bonchari Constituency will Go To The Ballot To Vote in Their leader.The race is Expected To be a tight one Between ODM And Jubilee Party.Even though they're working closely at Top level under Handshake, At Grassroots they'll be battling out For a Parliamentary Seat Today ODM Party SG Edwin Sifuna And Treasurer Tim Bosire have urged the IEBC Kenya Returning Officer for Bonchari Benson Sumbwa to ensure tomorrow’s exercise is free and fair and that security personnel deployed in the area should be used for Maintaining Law And order And Nothing else.
(Photo File) Tension is reportedly high ahead of tomorrow's Bonchari By-election as Orange Democratic Movement party ODM claims that there are plans to rig the election outcome against the will of the people is currently underway in Kisii town.Through their Secretary General Hon.Edwin Sifuna, who alleged that he has some information of presence of four boxes full of marked ballot papers at a residence of one of a senior politician.
ODM party has raised concerns for the Bonchari by-election calling out for fairness and transparency in the process.A day before the election stipulated to be held tommorow Tuesday May, 18, ODM party secretaruly general Edwin Sifuna has raised concerns regrading the black boxes which he says might be used by competitors to enhance ballot staffing.
Photo Courtesy.Bonchari By-election is scheduled for tomorrow after the Member of Parliament from the said Constituency died.Tomorrow 18th May 2021 people from Bonchari will be headed to a by election.The ODM party on it's official verified Twitter account has spoken concerning the by election.
Voters in Bonchari Constituency in Kisii County are preparing to go to the polls tomorrow to elect a new MP.The Seat fell vacant following demise of their MP John Oroo Oyioka.IEBC have ensured All measures are in place for smooth voting exercise.ODM Party are alleging that the government have arrested perceived ODM supporters in Bonchari, detaining them at Kamagambo Police Station in neighboring Rongo.
Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party has raised concerns about the incoming Bonchari by-elections.ODM Nationa Treasury, Timothy Bosire has called IEBC to conduct a fair elections came tomorrow.Bosire has accused one of the top government official, who come from Kisii county of his idea of trying to influence the process of election to work in his favour.
A number of candidates have come out to battle out for Bonchari Constituency Parliamentary seat which fell vacant after the death of John Oroo Oyioka.13 candidates have shown interest in the seat among them the late MP's widow Teresa Bitutu who is vying on a United Democratic Alliance Party ticket, Atancha Jeremiah of Agano Party, Mary Sally of United Green Movement, Paul Mongiti of Mwangaza Tu Party, Mogaka Charles Ndege of Progressive Party of Kenya, Mosomi Kevin Mokaya of Democratic Unity, Margaret Gesare of Maendeleo ChapChap, Erick Oigo of National Reconstruction Alliance, Robert Pavel Obwoto of Orange Democratic Movement, Victor Omare of Party of Economic Democracy, Ondieki Jonah of The New Democrats, Zebedeo John of Jubilee Party and David Ogega of Kenya Social Congress.