Dennis Itumbi, Deputy President William Ruto's Online Digital Strategist has dropped a major bombshell on Monday evening concerning the use of manual voter registers during tommorow's election.
Earlier today, the DP Ruto-led UDA camp issued a press statement over the same, urging the IEBC to nullify the use the aforesaid registers during the polls. Hours later, Dennis Itumbi including other media stations have now revealed that the Court of Appeal has issued a major statement that the manual register will no longer be used.
However, this will be contrary to the Raila Odinga-led Azimio One-Kenya camp who had demanded for the use of the registers. On the same flip side, the High Court had also commanded the IEBC to print manual registers ahead of the polls.
With that, it would now be a major showdown ahead of tommorow if the Court of Appeal's new decision. What do you think would be the major impact of the new directive.
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