The ongoing politics in the country has been much hotter more so for for the presidency race ahead of the august elections.It can be traced that from 2017 presidential elections,the supreme court nullified the results with claims that it was not conducted in a free and fair manner.
Recently Raila Amollo Odinga has been demanding the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission chairman to ensure that the manual register is used in the forthcoming august elections.Today former president of law society of Kenya has said that it is constitutional requirements for the manual register to be present in any case there is electronic failures,it can be used.
His remarks are now bringing more headache to Chebukati in hand with Raila's proposal.It is now high time the Kenyan politicians to ensure that they preach the gospel of peace and unity throughout the country ahead and after the august elections.The presidency race is much tricky to predict this august elections.
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