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Chaos rock Nakuru Jubilee elections

Police were on Tuesday forced to lob teargas canisters to disperse Jubilee supporters who clashed over the election of party’s interim officials in Nakuru County.

Chaos erupted at the former TNA offices in Milimani Estate in Nakuru town where the exercise to elect the grassroots representatives for various constituencies was scheduled to take place.

The supporters arrived at the venue chanting slogans against the county presidential campaign coordinator Ms Susan Kihika before anti-riot police officers intervened to quell the chaos.

They stormed the entrance wanting to disrupt the meeting that was being chaired by Ms Veronicah Maina.

The aggrieved delegates wanted to stop the exercise claiming Ms Kihika, who is also the Nakuru County Assembly Speaker had a list of her preferred officials long before the elections were conducted.

The elections were later held and former Nakuru Town MP David Manyara was elected u county Jubilee Party chairman.

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