According to People Daily newspaper headline,Wafula Chebukati is team prepares to meet Presidential hopefuls today, people Daily revealed that August 9th general elections will cost Kenyans sh44 billion.
Reports says that IEBC will use the money in the following eight ways:
1. Sh42.6b will go to the electoral commission.
2. Sh500 Million - they will give to interior and citizen service for security.
3. Sh453 million- the money will be allocated to Registra of political parties
4. Sh260 million- the judiciary will get This money for petitions.
5. Sh 200 million- this will go to the office of the president for transition.
6. Sh100 Million- this will go to the ministry of defense to secure boarders.
7. Sh58 million- this will go to EACC to fight corruption and enforce ethics.
8. Sh32 million- this will go IPOA in order to keep an eye on the police as they enforce law.
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