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Raila Odinga and William Ruto listed as Party Agents in a Kisii County Polling Center

KDRTV News Nairobi– It was like a scene from an opera movie as an IEBC Official and his accomplice were frog marched to the central police station in Nairobi because they were caught red-handed with election materials in a Private residence.

Members of the public tipped some politicians who went to the residence and caught the suspect with rolls/reels of election materials bearing IEBC stamps. Some ballot papers were marked while other IEBC materials were also found in their possession.

While addressing the media outside the police station, former CAS Rachel Shebesh condemned the police for their laxity in not acting on those serious allegations which are against electoral laws in Kenya.

The Secretary General of Orange Democratic Party Edwin Sifuna and Junet Mohamed were taken aback by the audacity of the suspects who had loads of IEBC materials in rucksacks which are property of the IEBC.

In another twist of events, two presidential candidates were listed as poll party agents in Kisii County. From a sample of the forms 34A’s, KDRTV News Crew is scrutinizing from the IEBC Portal, Dr. William Ruto and the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are listed as Party agents.


IEBC form 34 A from a polling center in Kisii County



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