, KIAMBU, Kenya, Apr 25 – “How do I lose?” posed Kiambu Governor William Kabogo after casting his vote at St Georges Primary school polling station a few minutes to 4pm.
He says as a seasoned politician, he has done his “homework” well and will take the Jubilee Party ticket as soon as the exercise is over.
“I am not just any candidate, I am a seasoned candidate , “he added while saying Tuesday exercise “is much better.”
“It is not over until it is over… but so far so good. ”
He however raised concerns over an alleged incident Monday night when his main rival MP Ferdinand Waititu was allegedly found with presiding officers and ballot materials.
He says the incident was reported to the police and the party and at least, “those presiding officers were not deployed in any place.”
“What were they doing inside there? But the police and the party should do their bit. ”
He security officers to only ensure the exercise was undertaken in a peaceful environment without interference.
Governor Kabogo is facing stiff competition from the Kabete Member of Parliament.
No person was turned away from polling stations provided one is a Jubilee Party member and has an Identity Card.