Ouru aliiba kura last time. Leo ameshikwa

#1
Ouru aliiba kura last time. Hii inaonyesha kutoka kwa the irregular voter turn out pale 8/8. Hapa ameshikwa leo. Kabla mseme oo, ati RWNEBP, Ooo, it doesn't matter. Kitu ni, Ouru aliiba. Angalia voter turn out leo na votes za last time.

Acha niwapee evidence,
1. Marsabit iko na 141K voters, Ouru alipata 92K. Leo hata 10K hawajatokea.

2. Makueni iko 432K. Ouru alipata 27K,leo hakuna mutu

3. Kitui iko 474K. Ouru alipata 65K. Leo haitafika 5K.

4. Turkana iko 191K. Ouru alipata 62K. Leo ako na less than 5K.

5. Bungoma iko 559K. Ouru alipata 126K. Leo haifiki 30K.

6. Kakamega iko 773. Ouru alipata 62K. Leo hata 3K hapati.

7. Nyamira iko 278. Ouru alipata 106K. Leo hafiki 20K.

Mnaweza jitafutia spreadsheet wenyewe. Ama acha nijaribu kuupload. Team RWNEBP kujeni mtetee hii. Explain the phenomena.

@spear @gashwin @Nattydread @Meria Mata @Soprano @RWNBP

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#12
Ouru aliiba kura last time. Hii inaonyesha kutoka kwa the irregular voter turn out pale 8/8. Hapa ameshikwa leo. Kabla mseme oo, ati RWNEBP, Ooo, it doesn't matter. Kitu ni, Ouru aliiba. Angalia voter turn out leo na votes za last time.

Acha niwapee evidence,
1. Marsabit iko na 141K voters, Ouru alipata 92K. Leo hata 10K hawajatokea.

2. Makueni iko 432K. Ouru alipata 27K,leo hakuna mutu

3. Kitui iko 474K. Ouru alipata 65K. Leo haitafika 5K.

4. Turkana iko 191K. Ouru alipata 62K. Leo ako na less than 5K.

5. Bungoma iko 559K. Ouru alipata 126K. Leo haifiki 30K.

6. Kakamega iko 773. Ouru alipata 62K. Leo hata 3K hapati.

7. Nyamira iko 278. Ouru alipata 106K. Leo hafiki 20K.

Mnaweza jitafutia spreadsheet wenyewe. Ama acha nijaribu kuupload. Team RWNEBP kujeni mtetee hii. Explain the phenomena.

@spear @gashwin @Nattydread @Meria Mata @Soprano @RWNBP

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Kwani wameanza kuhesabu kura?? And who said that the same number will turnout today? Mimi na mama watoto hatujatokea kupiga leo coz tulijua ni walkover. Does that mean kura iliibwa? Ujinga ni kipawa kweli
 

Soprano

Village Elder
#14
Ni kama kuwa na Yesu kwenye ulimwengu ambao hauna Shetani! In principle, kama vile baboons za Raila zasema maandamano si matamu bila polisi walio na teargas, uchaguzi kwa Jubilee si mtamu bila Raila! Raundi hii tulitaka kumpa final sendoff.
 

Mzichi

Village Elder
#18
What you should understand is that RWNEEEEEEEEBP, Uhuru will be sworn in next month. Whether you approve or not, it really doesn't matter. KIBAKI aliiba na aka-resign as 3rd President. NASARITES hope that by poking holes in Ouru's win RAO will somehow gain momentum into 2022 or the NRM thing.

QUICK FACTS:

RAO was unable to ride on the momentum of the SCOK ruling.

RAO was unable to ride on the 2007 momentum.

RAO is done!
 

Coffee

Village Elder
#19
Some people should be research projects at labs so that scientists can study your brain chemistry; angalau the world ipate some understanding of how stupidity works. It could be a genetic/biological thing and we need to know so we don't judge you too harshly:(:(; and probably work on a vaccine for a healthier future.
 

Claire

Village Elder
#20
Your objective has been achieved.
RWNBP
Bees 'keep guard' at polling station entrance in Kakamega

standardmedia.co.ke

Oct 26, 2017 3:00 PM

Police had a rough time controlling rowdy youth who used a swarm of bees to block the entrance to a polling station in Malava constituency.

The youth carried a hive full of the bees to Matsakha Primary School polling station forcing IEBC officials to call in the law enforcers from Malava police station.

A handful voters present were forced to move far away from the gate fearing attacks by the bees.

The security personnel led by Malava OCPD Anne Muli led an operation to fight the bees. Police had earlier arrested some youth at Matsakha and Shilongo for attempting to disrupt voting.

At Mugai Primary School, an assistant chief was chased away by angry locals who accused him of dishing handouts to coerce people to vote.

Locals said the officer was giving people perceived to be Jubilee supporters Sh50 and directing them to the polling station to cast their ballots.

But Hassan Musumi who is in charge of Sundulo sub-location denied the claims saying he went to the polling station to see how the voting exercise had been progressing.

“It is not true that I was giving out money. I just went to the polling station to find out whether things were going on well and left immediately,” he said adding that he has no money to give out.

Earlier, a man in the area beat up his wife accusing him of going to vote against his wish. Ezekiel Kitiavi confronted the wife as she was walking back home from Mugai polling centre.

“It is common knowledge that I am a NASA supporter yet my wife sneaked to go and vote for Jubilee,” he told journalists. Most of the polling stations were deserted in the area despite having been opened in good time.

Malava constituency Returning Officer Isaac Ruto said there were isolated cases of KIEM hitches which were later addressed.

Area MP Malulu Injendi cast his ballot at Lugusi primary school at around 11am. He was optimistic that Jubilee would garner more than 8, 000 votes it bagged on August 8.
 

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