Wajackoyah Finally Votes After 3-hour Delay

Wajackoyah finally Votes

Roots Party Presidential candidate Prof. Wajackoyah finally votes at Indangalasia Primary School after a three-hour delay, due to the failure of the KIEMS kit.

The Professor has finally been able to cast his vote after a 3-hour delay at Indangalisia Primary polling station in Kakamega County after the IEBC KIEMS kit fails.

Prof. Wajackoyah turned up at Indangalasia Primary School on Tuesday at around a quarter past 10 but was unable to vote due to the KIEMS kit failure which delayed the kick-off of the exercise.

The professor had cried foul for having to wait for three hours, saying he was disappointed and condemned IEBC for the failure.

“I am a disappointed man because all my competitors have voted; I am told Raila voted, Mwaure has already voted. I just spoke with him to congratulate him, and Ruto has voted. So why only me? Why Kakamega County? Why didn’t they test the kits?… I don’t know what to say,” he said.

Prof. Wajackoyah further referred to Kakamega as his voter’s stronghold, claiming the delay robbed him of a potential number of supporters’ votes, which he termed as ‘Million Votes.’

“I am not an engineer and if they tell me the kits are not working, then I listen to them. I have lost millions of votes, Kakamega is one of my strongholds,” he added.

“We are waiting to see what happens as they have said. They said they would give us another 11 hours and asked us to be patient,” Prof Wajackoyah told voters outside the polling station earlier in the morning.

The presidential race involved four contenders: Roots Party leader himself, David Mwaure of the Agano Party, Deputy President William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza, and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition’s Raila Odinga.

Among all the Presidential candidates, Professor was the last Candidate to cast his vote.

The Polling stations opened at 6 am across the country and DP Ruto and Mr. Mwaure were among the early voters.

Mr. Mwaure meanwhile cast his vote in Upper hill Secondary School in Nairobi alongside his wife Ann Mwaure at around 7:15 am.

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While former Prime Minister Raila Odinga cast his vote at the Old Kibera Primary school in Nairobi a few minutes to 11 am.

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