KIEMs was on Monday stolen from Uran primary school while being charged in moyale on election eve.
This is according to the Facebook post by The star Kenya newspaper on Monday evening.
"A KIEMs kit was on Monday morning was stolen from Uran Primary School in Moyale Sub-County Marsabit County." The statement read out.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chair Wafula Chebukati said on Monday.
"The loss was noticed when the KIEMs Kits were charging before distribution to various polling stations," he said.
Chebukati confirmed that the search for the kit is underway after the matter was filed at Moyale police station.
He also revealed that the stolen kit will not be used to anyone, as it has been blocked and replacement for the same has been made.
With campaigns officially ended and Kenyans now counting hours before they begin casting their ballots on Tuesday, the ball is now squarely in the court of the Independent polls body.
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