Jubilee Party printed fake ballot papers at a godown in Industrial Area – Raila

Abdirahman Hussein
By Abdirahman Hussein October 11, 2017 09:55


NASA principal Raila Odinga has claimed the Jubilee party has printed fake ballot papers meant to be used for the planned repeat election on 26 October.

The opposition leader said he has evidence including photographic evidence of top jubilee officials at a godown in Industrial Area where he said the fake ballot papers were printed.

Raila was speaking in an interview with Radio Jambo earlier today at his Karen home. He calimed if one goes to godown in Industrial Area now he will find the fake printed ballot papers.

He said one of his main reasons to withdraw from the election was the presence of the fake ballot papers which Jubilee is planning to fill them and stuff them in ballot boxes and say these are the votes.

“That is one of the reasons we withdrew. These are thieves and we cannot go to an election whose outcome is already known” he said in interview with Radio Jambo.

He said his withdrawal is to give Kenyans free, fair and credible election, he disputed claims that he wants to create constitutional crises in the country.

Prior to this new claim Raila has in the past threatened to withdraw from the race saying he wants ‘irreducible minimums” to be meet. He called for the removal of top IEBC officials including CEO Ezra Chiloba among others.



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Abdirahman Hussein
By Abdirahman Hussein October 11, 2017 09:55

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