Abduba Dida attacks Chebukati over “naked women” in IEBC offices
"Last night the IEBC’s offices at Lillian Towers were full of "naked women".
The pre-nomination meeting was organised by IEBC led by its Chairman Wafula Chebukati where all presidential candidates had been invited.
The Tunza coalition presidential candidate left those present both in laughter and bewilderment after he said that the IEBC’s offices at Lillian Towers were full of “naked women”.
Dida spoke of how on Monday night while he was presenting signatures of his supporters at the IEBC offices, he was shocked to encounter “naked women” who were everywhere.
“Last night Mr Chairman, all around your office were women who were naked. I was with my daughter and I was ashamed! She was asking me what is this?
You may be caring of inside your office, but I wish you would be checking what was happening around your office,” Dida told Chebukati.
Dida further told Chebukati that IEBC should not despise and undermine the independent candidates contesting the presidency.
He said the fact that there were thousands of independent candidates contesting this time round in the elections proved that Kenyans were tired of the current crop of leaders and desired change.
"The fact that there are 4,000 independent candidates is a good indication we are not happy with the current leadership. If your father has failed you, it is your responsibility to say, Dad, go and rest," he said.
He dismissed those pushing the notion that the presidential contest in August was a two-horse race between Jubilee's Uhuru Kenyatta and Nasa's Raila Odinga as there were other potentially better candidates to serve Kenyans at the highest office in the land.
This is the second time Dida is taking a stab at the presidency.
He first contested for the presidency in 2013 elections where he garnered an impressive 52,848 votes and beat other seasoned and experienced politicians such as Martha Karua, James Ole Kiyapi and Paul Muite.
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