Wiper aspirant charged over nomination chaos

A Wiper senatorial aspirant has been charged with creating disturbance after he allegedly disrupted voting during the party’s nominations in Mombasa.

Mr Jabeez Oduor, the Kongowea Ward MCA, who appeared before Mombasa Senior Principal Magistrate Henry Nyakweba was also charged with obstructing a police officer.

He was accused of created disturbance in a manner likely to cause a breach of peace by disrupting voting during the Wiper Democratic Party nominations.

The politician is accused of committing the offence on April 18 at Fahari Primary School in Kiziwi area, Mombasa County.

He was released on a Sh100, 000 bond with a surety of similar amount or an alternative of Sh10 cash bail.

The case has been fixed for mention on May 8.

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