Tension as Jubilee primaries fail to kick off in all 20 counties

Confusion and protests have marred the Jubilee primaries across the the 20 counties.

Stranded Jubilee supporters

The kick-off was delayed after poll materials failed to arrive in most of the polling stations.

In Kiambu County, hundreds of voters were stranded at Mwiki Primary School with Jubilee officials failing to communicate on the way forward.

Jubilee supporters in Eldama Ravine, Baringo County claimed that there was a plot to rig the nominations that had delayed to start with some residents claiming that there were pre-marked ballot papers.

In Uasin Gishu County, Governor Jackson Mandago stated that they had agreed to call off the nominations for another day.

Meanwhile, Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju has maintained that the primaries will go on despite the delays across the country.

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