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It Is All Systems Go In Kiambaa Amid cries of Missing Names In IEBC Register

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It is all systems go at Kiambaa Constituency with 95,000 voters set to elect their Member of Parliament tomorrow in the hotly contested by election. Security has been tighten just ensure all is well.

Close to 200 police officers have been deployed to man the Karuri tallying center.

In our spot check at Karuri Primary School a voter James Wamuchoya complained of missing his name on the voters list posted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC.

“My name is missing in the streams list yet I voted in this polling station. I hope they will not post knew voters list to give us easy time,” Wamuchoya told Ghetto Radio News.

Wamuchoya has more expectations on whoever will carry the day citing poor health facilities and  infrastructure.

“We want our next MP to address the poor status of our health facilities, infrastructure in schools, local business and equal issuance of bursaries,” he added.

Voting exercise kicks off at 6am tomorrow in what analysts describe as a two horse race between UDA party candidate John Wanjiku and Jubilee’s Kariri Njama.


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