The Independent Electoral and Boundaries of Commission( IEBC) has maintained that they are not responsible for the postponement of the Mombasa and Kakamega governorship elections.
Speaking to Citizen Tv, the IEBC commissioner Abdi Gudaye said that IEBC was not the one who lead to the postponement of the elections in those two counties. He said that they are not to be blamed.
He added that people should blame the firm that was printing papers for the inconvenience but not the IEBC. He confirmed that the commission is confident and well prepared for the process across the country.
IEBC chair postponed gubernatorial elections for Mombasa and Kakamega after finding out that ballot papers were missing. Several counties were also affected after parliamentary papers were not found.
Kenyans woke up very early in the morning to cast their votes peacefully in many parts of the country. Leaders have encouraged each person to maintain peace.
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