Presidential aspirant Abduba Dida warns IEBC chairman on ‘naked women’ at his office.

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By NepJournal May 23, 2017 14:33

By NJ Correspondent:

Presidential candidate Mohamed Abduba Dida

Presidential candidate Mohamed Abduba Dida is irked by naked women he found idling at IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati’s office during his visit to the office to present his papers.

Dida who took a critical remark at Chebukati on Tuesday asked the IEBC boss to pay close attention to the activities going around his office.

“When I presented my signatures to IEBC last night, there were women who were naked,” Dida said, while speaking at Nairobi Safari Club during IEBC’s meeting with presidential aspirants according to the Star.

“My daughter asked me ‘daddy, how come there are so many naked women’?” he added.

In 2013 election, Dida vied for the presidential seat and garnered 52,848 votes falling into the fifth finish position behind President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and Peter Kenneth.

He beat established politicians Martha Karua of Narc Kenya, James ole Kiyiapi of Restore and Build Kenya Party and Paul Muite of Safina.

Dida surprised all those who doubted his candidature, who just thought he was climbing the tree from the top after beating established politicians.

He was a teacher who taught Dadaab Secondary School and Lenana School respectively before vying for presidential seat in 2013 elections.

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