The United Democratic Alliance [UDA] party has written a second letter to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
In the the letter dated Thursday, August 4, and made public Friday, UDA alleged that the tasked National Intelligence Service (NIS) agents have been assigned roles in the August 9 elections.
The UDA further accused the NIS of being used to cause trouble before and after general elections in various regions across the country.
The party also alleged that the Azimio la Umoja one kenya alliance was recruiting three people per polling station to bribe voters and disrupt the process on election day using funds from the Office of the President.
The party insisted that these were flagrant violation of constitution and Azimio in breach of free, fair and credible elections that cannot be overlooked.
According to UDA, President Uhuru Kenyatta is aware of the situation and he is misusing public officers to taint the credibility of the August 9 elections.
“The outgoing administration of President Uhuru Kenyatta continues to misuse public officers in the commission of serious election offences contrary to, inter alia, Section 15 of the Election Offences Act of 2016 and Section 16 of the Public Officers Ethics Act of 2003.
“This voter suppression campaign is not only intended to thwart the will of the people and to deny voters their democratic right but is intended to raise the political temperature in the country and to cause unrest which might then be used to ‘justify’ excessive police force and other draconian measures,” the letter signed by UDA national chief agent, Kithure Kindiki, read. More