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"Kenya's Elections Is In The Hands Of The Supreme Court" New York Times Reports

The New York Times has acknowledged the transparency of the presidential elections of 2022 in Kenya. The magazine noted that Kenya possess one of the best election system in the world, smartmatic technologies, which design and create the electronic voting technology services which is designed to make elections more auditable and transparent.

New York Times also noted that the independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) employed the most qualified personnel who are capable of handling the smartmatic system and ensuring proper compliance and implementations policies to facilitate a transparent election. The IT experts employed by the IEBC managed to supply the ballot papers with about 8 security features.

However, New York Times magazine acknowledged that the nature of politics in Kenya does not accommodate trust in the election body. In Its words, it was noted that the petitioners built conspiracies and developed accusations against the IEBC indicating that the outsiders entered into the system and manipulated the results.

The New York Times noted that the presidential election results are now in the hands of the 7 judges of the Supreme Court. The judges are expected to render their judgment on Monday.

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