A tumultuous event erupted once more at Kenya’s Bomas, stopping the ongoing presidential vote verification process.
Agents affiliated with the Azimio alliance claimed problems in the vetting process.
Some of them claimed that some IEBC officials were conspiring with their opponents to tamper with the results and sneak in Forms 34 A.
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Raila’s chief agent, Saitabao Ole Kanchory, walked to the VIP dais where IEBC head Wafula Chebukati and his staff were seated, seized a microphone, and announced:
“I want Kenyans to know that Bomas is a crime scene.”
The vote verification exercise had ended by the time we went to press.
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