The ODM competitor in the Kajiado Focal by-race was Monday night announced victor of the firmly challenged survey.
Elijah Memusi of ODM gathered 16,008 votes to trounce JAP’s Patrick Tutui who came next with 15,508 votes. An autonomous applicant, Mr Kuntai Nkashuma, was a far off third with 100 votes.
The by-race recorded a voter turn-out of 80 every penny.
The discretionary commission had deferred discharging results from two surveying stations, starting pressure at the voting demographic counting focus.
Later, the Autonomous Appointive and Limits Commission discharged results from one surveying station at around 10.15pm and the last results at around 10.38pm.
Pay off Cases
Prior in the day, three individuals were captured conveying packs of money accepted to have been intended to fix voters who went to the surveys yesterday to choose the following Kajiado Focal MP.
One man was found with what resembled a Kenya Police administration employment card however police said it was fake.
Kajiado OCPD Samuel Kumuut told the Country the three were in care after they were found outside surveying focuses with the packs of money.
One of the associates had groups with Sh100 notes outside the Saina surveying focus in Kajiado town. The other two were captured after police saw them assembling individuals supposedly to pay them close Aliguta surveying station.
ODM specialists had prior guaranteed that some individuals were waylaying voters and paying them to cast their tallies for the Celebration Collusion Party (JAP) competitor.
The seat pulled in three hopefuls; ODM’s Elijah Memusi, JAP’s Patrick Tutui and Mr Kuntai Nkashuma, a free applicant.