Moses Kuria, a member of parliament for Gatundu South, has warned residents of Nakuru and Uasin Gishu Counties to be on the lookout because he believes the government will rig tomorrow’s presidential election.
Kuria, who is endorsing William Ruto for president in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, claimed on social media on Monday that 40 lorries carrying ballots departed Nakuru state house at 11 a.m. for various locations in the Rift Valley.
High Alert! In the next 20 minutes, 40 vehicles carrying marked ballot papers will depart State Lodge Nakuru for various locations. Please stop them, media and public.
Kuria posted on his Facebook page that “most of them had GK registration numbers.”
Kuria added that DP Ruto’s hometown of Eldoret town is receiving pre-marked ballot papers in a lorry designated KCW 853T.
“People of Uasin Gishu. KCW 853T is one among the vans carrying marked ballots that left State House Nakuru for Eldoret, Kuria continued.