Every Polling Station To Be Issued With Ballot Papers The Exact Number As Of Registered Voters, No Extra.
Every polling station in the country will be issued with the same number of ballot papers as per the same number of registered voters and there will be no extra ballot papers being printed by the Greece firm.
This was announced by the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati during a presser which they held in Nairobi to address a number of issues and at the same time, Wafula Chebukati announced that the first batch of the ballot papers will arrive in the country from Greece today.
Wafula stated that if a polling station has 600 registered voters, then 600 ballot papers will be issued to it.
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