IEBC has recently given it's response to Raila's demands about having a manual register in all polling stations to go with the electronic one.
The ODM leader had vowed that there would not be elections in the country, if IEBC failed to honor his demands about the registers. However, according to IEBC commissioner Prof Abdi Guliye, IEBC would not be using the manual register during the August General Elections.
The IEBC commissioner revealed that instances of electoral fraud would be more prevalent if the manual register was used. Prof Guliye, also seemed to throw cheap shots at the likes of Johnson Sakaja and other politicians.
According to the IEBC commissioner, politicians had the lowest intelligence levels among Kenyans, with most of them having acquired passes in University examinations.
The IEBC commissioner, went on to add that the only instance when the manual register could be used, was when it became impossible for the IEBC election officials to enter identification details to the electoral machines through the electronic registers.
Mr Guliye went on to pose a question to the ODM leader who was responsible for raising the demands about the manual register in the first place.
"The people who want us to use manual registers should please answer this question." "What do they want to do with the manual registers?"
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