The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) says it will only allow limited access to the Bomas of Kenya National Tallying Center from now henceforth.
Watching out for the media on Saturday, August 13, the Returning Officer for the Presidential political race Abdi Guliye said simply official manager trained professionals, their associates, delegates, arbitrators, observers and the media will be allowed at the counting place.
The move, Guliye said, would help with hurrying the affirmation pattern of design 34As and 34Bs that is correct now happening at the counting local area.
"We have in like manner directed the police that no one else should be allowed at the setting," Guliye communicated.
At the point when Guliye made the statement, a couple of bosses from the Kenya Kwanza and Azimio la Umoja gatherings could be heard battling the move.
As of late, a commotion was seen between accomplices of the primary authority new kids in town, Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja and William Ruto of UDA.
It emerged that a couple of bosses from Azimio la Umoja partnership detested those from the Kenya Kwanza separation over instances of hindering the genuine designs.
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