The Independent Electrol and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is on the spot again. Barely two weeks after publishing a report that showed many errors in the 2017 elections and recalled the report, they have posted another one with another mistake.
The mistake has been noticed by Kenyans who have expressed their displeasure on the Electrol body in Kenya. In the report, Kitui County Governor, Charity Kaluki Ngilu, is recorded to have vied and won the seat with a wiper Ticket. However, Charity Ngilu vied under her party NARC.
Here are some reactions from Kenyans after noticing the error;
People have banished the IEBC officials for trying to hide their fraud that they committed during the 2017 elections with no success. Many think that the errors are just a tip of the dishonesty committed in the election which received a lot of criticism and resulted in many court cases.
What do you think?
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