One person was killed and another injured during Kenya’s primaries and is being fiercely contested.
The battle began between the parties competing in the election after accusations of publicity posters of one of the candidates for distortion in the Panjani area, adding that one person was stabbed, and when he tried to escape was subjected to humiliation, ABC News quoted Nairobi police chief Javith Koumi as saying on Wednesday. By car.
Both the opposition and the ruling party began the April 13 primaries, which were marred by scenes of chaos and accusations of fraud. The ruling party had to postpone the start of primaries due to a lack of polling equipment.
Kenya has a history of election-related violence, with the post-presidential conflict in 2007 killing more than 1,000 people