The IEBC official was allegedly found with an unmarked booklet of election papers in his bag while gaining access to the centre.Central Police Station boss Fred Abuga said officers had to rescue the Presiding Officer from the wrath of supporters of one of the candidates.
The first three were arrested at Toi primary polling station after they were cornered by local leaders while trying to influence the ongoing voting exercise.The fourth one was arrested at Kenyatta market station for committing the same offence.
This comes after Odinga on Wednesday insinuated that he had received reliable information linking IEBC boss Wafula Chebukati and other officials to a plot seeking to influence the presidential election.
Odinga cited alleged plans by the commission to interfere with the forthcoming election, hence insisting that both registers must be available.The Azimio chief, addressing a rally in Githunguri, said the manual register in all polling stations is an irreducible minimum for his camp.
Speaking Sunday while campaigning in Homa Bay County, Mr. Odinga said he will defeat Dr. Ruto on August 9 by a large margin, even without President Kenyatta's support.“I will give him a run for his money… I am beating him hands-down come next month,” said Odinga.
Junet pointed out that the conditions set by Ruto to his partners within Kenya Kwanza coalition including Mudavadi, Wetangula, Kingi and Mutua to deliver during the August polls are unrealistic.
According to Mr. Odinga, fielding popular candidates will automatically earn the coalition a win instead of allowing all the candidates to run and split the votes.Odinga, who was addressing aspirants in Naivasha, said the strategy is meant to ensure they defeat their political rivals in the key poli...
Mr. Odinga said committees will be formed from wards to the county-level before linking up with the national secretariat to ensure a successful campaign.
Jalango' garnered 3,509 votes, flooring his closest rival Oscar Omoke who got a paltry 1,612 votes.Musaari Kahiga Syongoh came third with 397 votes, followed by Wangusi Nathan Barasa (146), Sally Bolo (138), and Taa Vivienne (121).The media personality now will face off with the incumbent lawmaker N...
He further told the Luo community and Nyanza residents to be united and form a formidable force that will propel his journey to State House.