Probe theft of IEBC documents, Jubilee senators urge
Senate Majority Leader Kithure Kindiki (right) confers with Senator Kipchumba Murkomen (left) during a press conference in Nairobi July 10, 2013. The Jubilee senators have called for full investigations into the theft of documents from the electoral commission. Jubilee Coalition senators have called for full investigations into the theft of documents from the electoral commission.
“There’s a crime in law called handling stolen property. Kethi must explain where she got that document from,” said Prof Kithure Kindiki, the Senate Majority Leader.
Addressing a news conference at the Media Centre in Nairobi’s Kenyatta International Conference Centre Wednesday, the senators said former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and other leaders in the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (Cord) ought to shed light on the theft of IEBC documents and the allegations on the alteration of the voters’ register. Prof Kindiki said the remarks that TNA deleted Ms Kilonzo’s name from the voters’ roll were “malicious and alarmist and meant to divert attention from the serious criminal acts of fraud, forgery, and a myriad other electoral offences exposed during the IEBC tribunal hearing".
“Mr Kalonzo must provide evidence of the alleged criminality to the relevant government officials so that action may be taken,” said Prof Kindiki. The senators asked Cord to “restrain itself” from making provocative statements.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Daily Nation