Kitui County Senator David Musila has said calls for Wiper Democratic Movement to hire the services of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is a tall order that cannot be met by the party.
Musila said IEBC would require at least Kshs 300 Million to conduct the Wiper primaries.
Musila has also rubbished Kitui governor’s offer to provide funds to pay an independent body to ensure the party nominations are free and fair.
He slammed the proposal saying he has no intentions to interfere with the elections questioning the source of the money that the incumbent is chest-thumbing himself with.
The incumbent governor who faces a tight competition from the senator has in the past disclosed fears that the senator could use his position as the Wiper chair to alter the results of the nominations.
Allegations that Musila has dispelled saying he has no intentions whatsoever, Musila has told Malombe to prepare for a fiery fair battle come nominations.
Musila said he will not resign to accord Malombe a special treatment while Wiper party officials are contesting freely in other parts of the country without being pushed to resign. He was speaking to Ebru TV where he had been hosted for Table Talk interview.