– Kiambu Governor is meeting Jubilee officials in an abrupt meeting as the primaries in Kiambu kick off
– The nomination materials had been delayed causing the exercise to start later than expected
– The purpose of the meeting has not be revealed although there are speculations that Kabogo was aggrieved by the use of a 2013 voters register
Kiambu Governor, William Kabogo has stormed the Jubilee offices on the afternoon of Friday, April 21.
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Kabogo, TUKO.co.ke has learnt, went into a meeting with Jubilee election officials over the ongoing Kiambu primaries.
Sources close to him say that he was unhappy that the electoral officials were using a 2013 voters register.
The outdated register has reportedly locked out thousands of voters from participating in the exercise.
For example, in at a polling station in Ikinu, Kiambu, a centre of around 1400 voters only had 500 people in the register.
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Perturbed voters have accused Jubilee of trying to rig the election by locking out some voters in the region.
That notwithstanding, Kabogo said that the primaries would go on regardless of what time they will commence.
The tussle in Kiambu is between Jubilee’s William Kabogo and his arch-rival Ferdinard Waititu who has since teamed with Nyoro as his deputy.
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Jubilee’s Secretary General Raphael Tuju has said that the nomination papers were enough and depend on the voter turn out.
He asked aspirants to refrain from commenting on the ongoing primaries for the risk of causing unnecessary tension.
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In addition to making the polls a success, Tuju has said that Jubilee has 8 helicopters on stand by waiting to deliver poll materials where they may be needed.
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