Governor Lusaka to face IEBC over election chaos

Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka in an interview with The Standard on May 17th, 2017. By Chrispen Sechere.

Governor Ken Lusaka is among 14 politicians set to appear before the electoral commission to defend themselves against accusations of triggering poll chaos.

 Mr Lusaka, who is defending his seat on Jubilee Party ticket, will appear for hearings before the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s officials alongside his main rival for the county boss seat, Wycliffe Wangamati of Ford Kenya.

 Others expected to appear are Kibwezi East MP Jessica Mbalu and her challenger, Prof Philip Kaloki. 

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