As the tallying exercise of the presidential results hits the fourth day with still no sign of announcing the presidential winner, the IEBC had taken a new directive to speed up the verification of the presidential results from different costituencies.
According to the new directive, the IEBC has now barred politicians, other non essential staff from accessing the auditorium at the Bomas of Kenya after endless dramas being reported from both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio allies safeguard Raila and Ruto's votes.
The IEBC claim that dramas caused by the two sides has caused delays and the slowing of the tallying process which has left many Kenyans impatient and anxious as they eagerly wait for the presidential winner.
This comes after the Azimio allies ordered the IEBC to halt the tallying process after raising concerns of irregularities from the Kenya Kwanza side despite the process of verification of presidential results from different costituencies almost becoming to an end.
Barring the politicians from both coalitions from accessing the auditorium will now likely give the IEBC officials a good time in ensuring the tallying exercise goes on as planned without dramas and commotions.
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