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Reasons Why Raila Insists On Using Manual Register Revealed By A Famous Lawyer

The race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta is getting closer and closer every day, and it is abundantly clear that the presidential election is attracting attention. There is still one month until the general election is held in the country, and it is getting closer and closer every day.

Recently, members of Kenya's Independent Elections and Boundary Commissions convened a meeting with candidates for the presidency to address pertinent topics in advance of the elections.

Raila Odinga, who is running for president as an Azimio candidate, stated today that polls will not go place if the IEBC does not employ a manual electoral list. The iebc has already indicated that it will deploy electronic electoral rolls, which is a move that the previous Prime Minister strongly opposed.

A well-known attorney by the name of Ahmed Nasir Abdullahhi tweeted through his official account that Raila Odinga intends to hold a presidential election tonight utilizing a manual electoral list. This information was shared on Twitter. In a nutshell, this is the result of the camp supporting Raila Odinga's preference for the manual electoral rolls and the camp supporting William Ruto's preference for the electronic electoral rolls.

There is less than a month until polls to determine who will take over for President Uhuru, and if these charges are proven false, those elections will go forward.

In light of the information presented here, what are your thoughts? We would appreciate it if you could share your comments with us.

We are eyeing forward on knowing who will succeed president Uhuru and his government after August 9 general elections.

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