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Monday, June 6, 2022 – Presidential aspirant, Muthiora Kariara, has shocked Kenyans after he burned his voter’s card on Monday after Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) refused to clear him to vie for the presidency in August.

Muthiora was disqualified for failing to gather enough signatures. 

However, he was given a second chance to look for the deficit of the signatures from five counties within an hour.

In a video that has since gone viral, Muthiora was seen running hysterically up and down the Bomas of Kenya in search of the much-needed signatures.

When he saw the task ahead was equivalent to milking a bull, he took a lighter from his pocket and burnt his voter’s card as the media and IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati watched in dismay.

Earlier in the day, the commission failed to clear Safina presidential hopeful Jimi Wanjigi, citing lack of enough signatures.

Here is the video of Presidential aspirant, Muthiora Kariara burning his voter’s card.


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  1. It is bad manners and dismaying to see on national television a so called future leader behaving bad by burning his voters card which technically is the property of the government and tax payers, how on earth display your cheeky stunts because of your lack of studyness. Shame on this heshimiwa and he should be made to pay the costs of producing that card, he should have surrendered it to the IEBC.

  2. It's good to burn the shit of paper - it's not worth having in fraudster registration with no merit.

    The card is just a shit of paper!

    Destroying is good, so that IEBC don’t use it to rig the election if returned to them.

    Now, will the IEBC fraudsters refund the 1 million he has/may have paid for his presidential registration or they were after his money then decline to register his in their mission of only having 4 presidential candidate with one a satanic vampire with no use for the republic of kenya.

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