Jubilee candidate Mc Donald Mariga was chased out Ayany primary grounds on Thursday afternoon after chaos broke out.
A crowd at the polling station landed on Mariga throwing stones at his vehicle and asking him to leave the grounds.
Mariga fumigated from the bedroom located at Ayany Primary, #KibraDecides
Police at the scene were forced to shoot in the air so as to disperse the angry crowd.
The candidate sought refuge in his green hummer and drove off from the polling station.
According to persons present at the polling station, the Jubilee flagbearer arrived on Thursday afternoon in the company of police officers.
The former footballer was not the only target of rowdy youth in Kibra as his ‘Political father’, former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale received the same treatment twice.
Khalwale was stoned and asked to get out of Kibra grounds over allegations that he was the man in charge of voter bribery allegedly perpetrated by the Jubilee Party.
Khalwale was first stoned as he made rounds at YMCA polling station to check the progress of the ongoing by-election.
Amid the gunshots, the defeated senator ran to his vehicle and fled off to uperhill polling station.
Former Kakamega county Senator @KBonimtetezi involved in fracas where stones were thrown and gun shots were heard near Kibera Social Grounds polling centre. #KibraDecides #KibraByelection pic.twitter.com/cKuJx858nF
— Ali 'Mwamvita' Manzu (@Ali_Manzu) November 7, 2019
Jubilee party seems to be an unwelcome visitor in Kibra on Thursday as another MP was roughed up by anonymous persons.
Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa was settling scores with his Dagoretti North counterpart, Simba Arati, when by-standers landed on him amid a live TV coverage.
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) November 7, 2019