Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has come out to claim that Deputy President William Ruto’s votes in Central region were inflated.
Speaking to TV47, Kalonzo alleged that voters were given up to 6 presidential ballot papers each to vote in favour of Ruto.
“We have credible information that in many polling stations, a voter would be given six to seven ballot papers for the presidential candidate alone. That explains the variance between gubernatorial candidates, senatorial and others,” said Kalonzo.
He also alleged that Ruto had scores suspiciously more votes than other candidates in the ballot papers including Governors.
“In the greater mountain region, you find that William Ruto emerged with 1 million more votes than the governors put together. What does that tell you? These are things we must put to an end if we are going to grow this country’s democracy,” said Kalonzo.