Moses Kuria revelation of plot to rig Nakuru by-elections backfires

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has revealed an alleged plot by the members of the Jubilee party to steal the ongoing Nakuru’s London ward by elections today.

Taking to his social media page Kuria revealed the location of a one Mr. David Manyara, with already marked ballots ready to be stuffed into the ballot boxes.

The DP Ruto allied legislator further divulged that Mr. Manyara was highly guarded by the police and the prison warders in the process.

“Mr David Manyara of Jubilee is in Abora Flats next to Milimani Primary with 2,000 marked ballots about to be stuffed inside the ballot boxes in London Ward Nakuru.

Police and prison warders guarding him” wrote Moses Kuria

His revelation of the ploy did not go down so well with his followers who were quick to reply him roping in how he guarded election results at the expense of the life of then IEBC ICT Manager Chris Msando years back.

“So today you are crying a mere ward election is being rigged, yet a few years ago you stood watch and guarded as a fellow Kenyan, Husband and father in the name of Chris Muhando was murdered. Spare us this your nonsense” Fired Fredrick Muma.

“Notorious thieves stealing from each other. None of the parties should cry, the ground has already been levelized by a common denominator, thievery. UDA legislatures have also been spotted bribing voters. Mpambane tu, may the best thief win” Ramah Oliver.

Brian Ndoloh : Rest in peace Musando, these are some of the things you wanted to correct, but ‘they’ slaughtered you before accomplishing the task,,

Hassanbajun Happiest: That is good job. To stop thugs government must use all kind of tactics.

And why are you complaining about the norms and values used to make Ruto deputy president?

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Written by Fred Orido


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