Jubilee's plan to rig the elections revealed

The National Super Alliance (NASA) has revealed surprising details on how Jubilee plans to rig the August 8 elections..

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The National Super Alliance (NASA) has revealed plans by the Jubilee Party to rig the upcoming August 8 general elections in the opposition’s stronghold.

NASA Presidential running mate Kalonzo Musyoka has now claimed that there is a plan to manipulate elections results through secret polling stations that are yet to be declared.

He stated that the current government seeks to create mayhem in opposition strongholds by illegally increasing the Jubilee vote tally.

“Voting in secret polling stations are some of the strategies that have been developed to manipulate the outcome of the August poll,” he claimed.

The Wiper leader noted that the Independent and Boundaries and Electoral Commission (IEBC) was yet to provide them with the exact number of polling stations despite making numerous inquiries.

This, he said, will make it difficult for the party to plan ahead of the elections.

However, the IEBC denied these claims saying that it had finalized the list of polling centres which it placed at 40, 800.

The electoral body on Tuesday indicated that there were 41,000 polling stations when it released the final number of voters which it placed at 19,611,423.

NASA’s rigging claims were rubbished by Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe who said that the opposition was running scared of defeat in the elections.

“We know they are worried of defeat and now they are using every possible gimmick so that when they lose, they will protest.”

“They want to precipitate a political crisis through their allegations so that they get half of the government. We will remain firm that the elections must be held on August 8 and whoever loses should be ready to accept defeat because we want a united country beyond the polls,” said Murathe.

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