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Azimo ICT Guru Senses 2.3 million Votes May Be At Risk

The freelance Elections and bounds Commission encompasses a terribly troublesome task to make sure that the August nine elections are conducted to the satisfaction of all concerned particularly candidates and voters.

No one needs a repeat of the violencew witnessedin 2007-2008 when Kenyans were sad with the end result of the vote.

IEBC conjointly commemorates the annulment of the results of the 2017 election when the then Supreme Court, semiconductor diode by Supreme Court President David Maraga ordered the election to be rerun.

The Supreme Court Justices recognized many errors in their ruling and created recommendations to the IEBC.

However, there are still many candidates who aren't entirely happy with the method the electoral body has ready them therefore far.

Recently, mr Njoroge Azimio la Umoja Chief Technology Officer, criticized the IEBC refusal to use manual registration, voice communication place 2.3 million votes at risk.

The IEBC has insisted it'll bank exclusively on electronic citizen registration and can use electronic devices (Kiems kits) to spot votersadult male Njoroge was quoted as saying: "There are 1,111 independent polling stations, every stream has 700 voters, if each of the dark sides encompasses a stream, a complete of 777,700 voters if they need three, that' regarding 2.3 million voters on dark sides that we've no visibility of."

Convinces his skeptics of the integrity of the future election. If not, we have a tendency to may see a repeat of the 2017 situation of rejecting the results.

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