"No Food No Election" Dramatic Scene As An Activist Arrested For Protesting Against Tomorrow's Polls
Activist Julius Kamau being arrested by the police as he protested at the Bomas of Kenya. Photo courtesy An Activist Julius Kamau faced the wrath of the police today when he tried to protest against the tomorrow's polls. Kamau stormed Bomas of Kenya to claim that Kenyans are not ready for the polls due to prevailing hunger.
We are counting less than 24 hours to the election period. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries commission is deploying the preciding officers to different polling stations. Each polling station will have 1 preciding officer, one deputy preciding officer and 6 clerks. If you remember of last year when a man was caught on camera holding githeri on queue during voting process.
Julius Kamau has hit the headlines lately after he held a placard at Bomas of Kenya interrupting Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairperson Wafula Chebukati's speech. The lone protester has also been apprehended on different occasions including when Cabinet Secretary for Finance Ukur Yattani was reading the financial budget in the parliament.
A Kenyan Man who was arrested by a group of GSU officers after he solely launched a protest outside the treasury office has finally opened up about the incident days after being released by the police. Photo :Courtesy In an incident that happened a few days ago, the man who has been identified as Julius Kamau was arrested by GSU officers after he launched a protest calling out the government of President Uhuru Kenyatta who he claimed had disappointed kenyans.
As the election draws nearer, more consultation and believing meetings are yet to be witnessed between the players of the August polls. IEBC had a meeting with the presidential candidates today at a hotel in Nairobi when an unfortunate incident happened. A man by the name of Julius Kamau was thrown out by the security personnel when he attempted to disrupt the meeting.
IEBC is today holding a pre-candidate registration meeting for presidential aspirants. Julius Kamau has been arrested for allegedly disrupting the IEBC meeting . The IEBC meeting was held with presidential candidates. Screenshot of a post on Facebook Photos captured during the arrest of Julius Kamau We are in a political season and different aspirants are contesting and campaigning with an aim of securing seats as leaders in the respective positions.
As the IEBC met Presidential candidates and their running mates at Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club in Nairobi for consultation on various issues touching on the August 9 polls in the morning of today on June 29th, one activist going by the name Julius Kamau had a rough time after failing to have his way with his plans for the event.
Earlier today, a man raised trouble during the discussion about voter readiness between the presidential candidates and the IEBC. Just as Wafula Chebukati; the head of the electoral agency, was going to welcome the candidates to express their concerns, a guy who identified himself as Julius Kamau approached him with a banner and made some requests.
Photo |Courtesy Prior to the elections on August 9, a meeting was conducted at the Windsor Hotel in Nairobi to resolve any matters of concern. It is at the meeting that an activist sparked a commotion. The activist known only as Julius Kamau was recorded entering the meeting while yelling ambiguous statements.
Julius Kamau has hit the headlines once more for interrupting a meeting between IEBC and presidential candidates. [Photo: Julius Kamau being carried out of City Hotel] Kamau 29, stormed the event carrying a banner claiming that the Interim Electoral amd Boundaries Commission (IEBC) was working under orders from powerful men to hold kenyan citizens hostage.
At the Windsor golf resort in Nairobi, a man was put into custody has he tried to disrupt an ongoing presidential meeting hosted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). Picture courtesy Julius Kamau was the identified name of the man who tried to cause the drama.
The next general elections is approaching with approximately 40 days to go and the political temperatures in the country seems to rise each day with politicians busy doing their campaigns. According to the nation Africa, a man by the name Julius Kamau was kicked out of the Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission (IEBC) offices at Windsor Hotel today after he brought some disturbances.
The August 9th general election is fast approaching and all eyes await the presidential race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta who will be retiring after two terms. (Photo, Courtesy) Lots of strategic meetings between leaders eyeing elective positions are taking place to set the pace for the August 9th general election which is only 77 days away.
Today, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC had a meeting with the presidential Aspirants at the Bomas Kenya. This is in the preparation for the August general election. However, there was commotion in the area as the nation reports that a man was arrested for creating disturbance.
[Photo|Courtesy] Drama has ensued at Windsor Hotel in Nairobi after a man interrupted IEBC Meeting. This comes a time when IEBC Boss Wafula Chebukati is currently meeting with presidential candidates as he receives concerns from them regarding the electoral processes and the voter preparedness towards the forthcoming general elections.
Julius Kamau, an activist who was arrested at Treasury homes on April 7 has expressed unhappiness with Kenyans who he accused of failing to heap stress at the authorities to lower the cost of residing. (Photo: courtesy) Kamau turned into apprehended with the aid of the police for conducting demonstrations while Treasury CS, Ukur Yatani, prepared to examine the price range for the 2022/23 economic year.
As Kenyans were waiting for the budget to be read, one activist identified as Julius Kamau went on a solo demonstration at the offices of Treasury before CS Ukur Yatani arrived. The activist was bundled up by police officers and taken into custody, but he was released in the Evening of Friday after paying a cash bail of five thousand shillings.
IEBC Chairperson Wafula at Bomas of Kenya (left) and Julius Kamau who interrupted his speech being whisked away. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) meeting with presidential candidates at a city hotel was temporarily halted after a perennial activist interrupted the proceedings. The activist identified as Julius Kamau interrupted the session arguing that the IEBC was being used by some powerful people to hold the country hostage.
Image: Courtesy. Julius Kamau, Kenyan activist who was arrested for demonstrating against high cost of living expressed his disappointment in Kenyans accusing them of failing to heap pressure on the government to lower cost of living. Kamau was arrested by police while demonstrating when CS Ukur Yatani prepared to read the budget for 2022/2023 financial year.
Today the independent electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC conducted meeting where are presidential candidates attended. The IEBC was just briefed the candidates what is required for one to be cleared ahead of May 30. In the meeting, a man has been arrested after he was causing disturbance outside the Bomas of Kenya where the meeting was on.