UDA Gubernatorial Candidate Hon. Aisha Jumwa has hinted through her official facebook page hours after her meeting with Matsangoni Ward, Watamu Ward and Dabaso Ward in Kilifi North Constituency. According to her the residents of Kilifi North Constituency have agreed to support her Ambition to succeed the incumbent Governor Amason Kingi in the August 9 general elections.
Yesterday in Msambweni a lot happened as they were voting. Some of the voters were beaten up and hurt. Dennis Itumbi shares a video of a police officer being beaten up. On the post he wrote, "Hustler @KIMANIICHUNGWAH here the Faces of the Police Officers ordered by @IG_NPS to beat up Msambweni Citizens. This is Dabaso Ward. @ngunjiriwambugu will assume this video does not exist. @KoinangeJeff here the EVIDENCE of Deep State Illegal Orders #JKLive @citizentvkenya https://t.co/SCjEVadj77' https://twitter.com/OleItumbi/status/1339296259312668674?s=09
The ODM Party has received a major boost in Dabaso Ward after KADU Asili candidate Mr. Peter withdrew from the race in favor of ODM’s Dickson. He says that the decision was arrived at after witnessing cooperation from the ODM's campaign team. The announcement was made at a rally in the ward whereby he was welcomed officially. The elections are due in 10 days. Mr. Dickson also used the opportunity to urge residents from the Dabaso ward to vote for him during th elections. “I want to urge my supporters to
Amid the ravaginCOVID-19 pandemic that is killing Kenyans, some politicians are still carrying on with their political events, including holding political meetings and campaigns. Several Kenyans have succumbed to COVID-19, with the latest deaths touching the political families across the country. Ugenya Constituency lawmaker David Ochieng on Tuesday held political gatherings in Kisumu while campaigning for the Movement for Democracy and Growth candidate in the coming by-election in Dabaso Ward in Kilifi County.
The race to fill the Dabaso Ward seat is heating up after the Court of Appeal in Mombasa ruled that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) were wrong in the announcement of Mr. Emmanuel Changawa the winner during the 2017 general election. Judge Korir ruled that the election was married with irregularities and cited documented evidence which he said were then ignored by the lower court. Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Secretary General Edwin Sifuna, has today said that the party is not