Joho's announcement before voting on Tuesday
There have been leaflets with a message that Joho's name will be missing on the ballot
Speaking to journalists in Mombasa, Governor Joho’s team has accused the National Intelligence Service officers in Mombasa of circulating leaflets with the message that Joho’s name will be missing on the ballot.
He has also faulted the officers in the region of having a solid plan to disrupt the voting, tallying and counting exercise after the elections on Tuesday.
Mr Joho has expressed fears that the government has plans to arrest him and his brother on the scapegoat that the duo created chaos during a rally organised by NASA.
Governor Joho has sounded an alarm over the heavy presence of military officers in Mombasa particularly at the airport.
“We have information that over 20 military officers have been deployed at the airport from the DMI unit,” Joho said.
Mr Joho has also accused regional commander Nelson Marwa of trailing him in all he does. He has faulted Marwa of implementing illegal orders from the government.
“Do not leave the polling station until you have voted. NIS please stick to your profession. Do not be used by the goons in who are in power to disrupt peaceful co-existence and fear,” Joho added.
On her part, Mishi Mboko has accused the IEBC of massive missing number of voters in the voters register.
“For example, at Longo poling station, which has 1500 voters, only 500 are in the register. Many names are missing in the register and we call on the IEBC to act with speed so that many people can exercise their democratic rights,” Mboko said.
Mishi Mboko argued that the IEBC register at Longo polling station in Nyali, Mombasa are in a disarray over missing names in the register. She has urgently called on the Wafula Chebukati led team
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