Babu Owino forced to sleep at Go down

Babu Owino's troubles continue

He said that the government wanted to stuff ballot papers with an intention to overturn his win as the Embakasi East MP adding that he would sleep at the Go down as he called on NASA supporters to join him.

“The government is planning to raid the go down at Industrial area where the ballot boxes are apparently securely stored, the main objective is to stuff ballot papers with an intention to overturn the will of the people. As you are aware I have been consistently leading in the vote recount against my unworthy opponent with over 10000 votes. I will personally sleep at the go down and urge NASA supporters to join me at the go down which is along Likoni road from 9pm till dawn,” said Babu.

Babu maintained that he has consistently been in the lead against his opponent Francis Mureithi with over 10,000 votes, in the vote recount that was ordered by the High Court, in a petition filed by Francis Mureithi who came in second in the election.

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