Tumeibiwa Headquaters Steal In The Most Rudimetary Way

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Tumeibiwa Headquaters Steal In The Most Rudimetary Way

Unread post by JahKisumu » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:48 pm

Ati weka crack kwa box and stuff it with ballots, no one will notice. Then point dirty fingers to Central sababu sisi safi kama pamba. Yawa... THIEVING BASTARDS!!


Homa Bay gubernatorial poll materials scrutinised

Recount of votes in the Homa Bay governorship election continued Wednesday with scrutiny of poll materials revealing discrepancies.

The recount was ordered by the High Court in an election petition filed by former Kasipul MP Oyugi Magwanga against Governor Cyprian Awiti.

One ballot box had a crack while another had no form 37A.

The cracked ballot box was for Pundo Kalanya polling station while a ballot box for St Patrick’s Makongeni lacked form 37A.


According to the commission’s lawyer Fredrick Orego, the ballot boxes could have been affected during their transportation and storage.

“The missing form 37A or a crack on a ballot box could have been resulted from their transportation and storage,” said lawyer Orego.

Lawyers in the case agreed that the integrity of the voting materials in the cracked ballot box could be compromised given the nature of the hole.

The recount done for Ndhiwa Constituency revealed inconsistencies in figures.

Number of votes accorded to candidates in the contest during announcement of results were not the ones found after the recount.

“The recount and scrutiny exercise has proved the commission did a good job devoid of serious mistakes,” said lawyer Orego.

In Okok Primary School, Mr Magwanga got 245 while Mr Awiti got 176 as announced by the electoral commission after the election, while the recount of the same votes casted indicated that Mr Awiti got 178 while Mr Magwanga got 245.


The exercise was marred with stalemate when lawyers in the case disagreed on how to conduct the process.

Mr Magwanga’s lawyer Humprey Obach questioned the authenticity of the forms and ballot papers in the ballot boxes, forcing the lawyers to halt the process for hours.

“We had to ensure that the exercise is devoid of mistakes by ensuring the authenticity of forms and ballot materials in the process,” he said.

The constant stalemate in the process made deputy registrar of the high court Ms Lester Simiyu to ask the lawyers in the matter to agree, by following orders issued by Justice Joseph Karanja over the exercise.

“If there is party not satisfied with the process then they can make a report and it is shall be accompanied with the final report over the exercise which will be presented to the judge,” she said.

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Re: Tumeibiwa Headquaters Steal In The Most Rudimetary Way

Unread post by Logan » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:56 pm

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Re: Just Flew Back "HOME" From That Hell Hole Called GEMA's Heaven...
Many leaders have an overrated view of their ‘importance’ in society. Hubris makes them politically myopic and less conscious of the environment in which they operate. Even as it is said that ‘it is not over till it’s over’, Wamalwa, a staunch Jubilee supporter in Western, an Opposition-leaning zone, missed the import of this idiom. It resulted in the humiliation he suffered. Characteristic of the belief among our leaders, someone, or some evil spirit has to be responsible for bad luck. Conveniently for Wamalwa, Musalia Mudavadi was on hand to take the blame. However, that will not wash. Wamalwa’s bosses, being at the helm of the country’s leadership, and having promised to reach out to all Kenyans yet dither over actualizing that promise, should be the focus of his anger. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

On Tuesday, the Kimilili MP disclosed that their grouse with the party led by President Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto is not only about the CS position, but about how the House Committee leadership posts were shared. Barasa observed that in the eleventh parliament, two members of the Luhya community allied to Jubilee, Trans-Nzoia County MP Janet Nangabo and former Matungu David Were chaired two House committees; Welfare and Labour committees respectively. However according to the lawmaker, in the current parliament, no one from the entire region and the two counties of Bungoma and Trans-Nzoia is in-charge of any House committee. “We tried to lobby during the Parliamentary Group meeting for some of our members to lead the committees in vain. We instead ended up being duped and shortchanged by our colleagues,” he said. Some analysts aver that the election of former Bungoma Governor Kenneth Lusaka as the Senate Speaker may have resulted in the decision by President Kenyatta to drop CS Wamalwa, since the two leaders hail from the same region. Barasa dismissed the claims noting that although the Senate speaker’s seat is powerful in terms of hierarchy in government, Mr Lusaka’s post does not have much benefit to the community.

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