With 32 days now remaining for the August polls, uncertainty has gripped the country after Raila's Azimio alleged of plans to steal the August polls.
Speaking yesterday during a series of rallies in Kiambu, Raila and his team alleged that there were plans to sneak in marked ballot papers in polling stations.
Raila's team also alleged that there were plans to create more than 10,000 polling stations that will be used in stealing the August polls.
IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati has finally spoken on Raila's claims.
Speaking today when he met a group of KEPSA stakeholders, Chebukati has revealed that no such thing will happen since every polling station will be allocated ballot papers based on the number of registered voters in it.
According to Chebukati, if a polling station has for instance 600 registered voters then it will only be allocated 600 ballot papers.
Wafula has also maintained that there will be no way an extra ballot paper will be added to a polling station.
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