Anti-riot police deployed to Boma counting corridor As Azimio will get hassled by UDA brokers

NAIROBI, Kenya Aug 14 – Anti-riot cops had been deployed to the counting corridor at Bomas in Kenya on Saturday night time after chaotic scenes by brokers of presidential candidates.

Agents for Azimio’s Raila Odinga and UDA’s William Ruto resorted to a shouting match with counter-allegations of vote rigging, in what virtually halted the vote counting course of.

The drama virtually degenerated right into a fistfight between operatives of the 2 camps which started when Saitabao ole Kanchory, the chief operative of Azimio presidential candidate, was blocked from getting into the counting space.

A shouting match ensued with the leaders hurling insults at one another to the dismay of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners (IEBC) officers who’ve been counting votes since Thursday night.

The fee has till Tuesday to announce the remaining end result of the presidential vote as required by legislation.

“I would like to declare that this place is now a crime scene,” mentioned Kanchory, forcefully getting into the counting space.

Kanchory later moved to one in all the counting tables and threw out a clerk who had been accused of tampering with the constituency outcomes.

“Arrest him. Arrest him,” Azimio leaders might be heard chanting.

As this unfolded, a heavy contingent of anti-riot cops had been deployed within the counting space at designated posts to revive order.

The state of affairs flared up after Azimio executives noticed an official sporting a face masks with a faux accreditation.

The uproar that adopted was deafening, with IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi speeding to the rostrum to demand order.

“Please let us all sit down and allow the exercise to continue,” Commissioner Wanderi mentioned.

The lead agent of Deputy President William Ruto – Senator Kithure Kindiki discovered it troublesome to rally his troops to take care of order.

“Let’s maintain order and keep quiet,” Kindiki might be heard shouting.

Allegations of distrust mixed with the suspicious exercise of vote fraud stay the bone of competition between the 2 main camps.

Sunday at By 12:35, the IEBC had launched verified outcomes from 116 constituencies out of 290.

NAIROBI, Kenya Aug 14 – Anti-riot cops had been deployed to the counting corridor at Bomas in Kenya on Saturday night time after chaotic scenes by brokers of presidential candidates.

Agents for Azimio’s Raila Odinga and UDA’s William Ruto resorted to a shouting match with counter-allegations of vote rigging, in what virtually halted the vote counting course of.

The drama virtually degenerated right into a fistfight between operatives of the 2 camps which started when Saitabao ole Kanchory, the chief operative of Azimio presidential candidate, was blocked from getting into the counting space.

A shouting match ensued with the leaders hurling insults at one another to the dismay of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners (IEBC) officers who’ve been counting votes since Thursday night.

The fee has till Tuesday to announce the remaining end result of the presidential vote as required by legislation.

“I would like to declare that this place is now a crime scene,” mentioned Kanchory, forcefully getting into the counting space.

Kanchory later moved to one in all the counting tables and threw out a clerk who had been accused of tampering with the constituency outcomes.

“Arrest him. Arrest him,” Azimio leaders might be heard chanting.

As this unfolded, a heavy contingent of anti-riot cops had been deployed within the counting space at designated posts to revive order.

The state of affairs flared up after Azimio executives noticed an official sporting a face masks with a faux accreditation.

The uproar that adopted was deafening, with IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi speeding to the rostrum to demand order.

“Please let us all sit down and allow the exercise to continue,” Commissioner Wanderi mentioned.

The lead agent of Deputy President William Ruto – Senator Kithure Kindiki discovered it troublesome to rally his troops to take care of order.

“Let’s maintain order and keep quiet,” Kindiki might be heard shouting.

Allegations of distrust mixed with the suspicious exercise of vote fraud stay the bone of competition between the 2 main camps.

Sunday at By 12:35, the IEBC had launched verified outcomes from 116 constituencies out of 290.

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