– Another Jubilee Governor has boycotted the ongoing exercise and called it off in his county
– The governor says the exercise was flawed and called on the party to give another date for the exercise
Another Governor allied to the Jubilee party has boycotted the ongoing nomination exercise and asked his county residents not to vote and return to their homes.
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Embu county Governor Martin Wambora said the exercise was marred with massive irregularities ranging from lack of enough election materials which he suspected was a ploy to rig him out in favour of his opponents.
Wambora was on Thursday, April 20, cursed by Embu elders who are favouring his closest rival, Runyenjes MP Cecile Mbarire.
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However, even Mbarire has boycotted the nomination citing the same reasons as Wambora.
The governor said all aspirants had reached a consensus to boycott the exercise as it was not credible.
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As reported by TUKO.co.ke, Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago also boycotted the exercise on grounds that the nomination was flawed as election materials delayed.
Mandago has been accusing Deputy President William Ruto of supporting his rival, Ezekiel Bundotich, for the seat.
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This is contrary to an early statement by the party that no aspirant has permission to call off nominations.
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