Hundreds of Jubilee supporters today thronged the Jubilee Party Headquarters in Pangani protesting the just concluded party primaries.
Musician Charles Njagua’s aka Jaguar supporters camped outside Jubilee HQs in Nairobi chanting ‘Maina Kamanda must go saying he was rigged out in Starehe primaries.
This was after poll officials said the artiste, popularly known as Jaguar, lost to the incumbent who garnered 10,374 votes.
The results declared at Jamhuri High School yesterday indicated that Njagua got 8,391 votes in the Jubilee primaries.
They are now demanding that no certificate to be issued until the matter is heard and deermined.
Nairobi woman Representative aspirant Millicent Omanga is also camped outside the jubilee headquarters to protest Shebesh’s win was even barred from accessing the building.
Omanga claims that officials at the HQs claimed they did not know her, neither did they know what she wanted.
Rachel Shebesh won the ticket with 91,766 votes, followed by Omanga with 53,734 votes.
Supporters of incumbent Kamukunji MP Yussuf Hassan together with Embakasi West aspirant Mureithi Mwenje also held protests at the headquarters.