IEBC, has left netizens talking on different social media platforms. This is after they were forced to recount votes at the polling station that Raila and his wife casted their votes at.
According to the source, the presiding officer misplaced one of the forms that he was preparing to submit at county tallying center.
Now this news concerning presiding officer misplacing form 34A of the polling station that Raila casted his vote at, has gone viral on different social media platforms.
Many are out to tell the presiding officer to be serious with IEBC materials while, others are out asking him some funny questions concerning the misplaced form at the same time.
Anyway what do you have to say about IEBC recounting votes at Old Kibera primary school after the misplacement of form 34A? Make me know through the comments section below. Share your thoughts, as you share this news to your friends.
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