In Kenya, the national general election will be held on 9 August 2022, which means less than two months will pass before Kenyans have a chance to exercise their political rights and be heard. hear their voices.
DP William Ruto, President Uhuru Kenyatta, and Raila Odinga after Chebukati, chairman of the Independent Election Border Commission, was ordered to ban the use of physical registration.
The Prime Minister, and TIC, prepare to equip upcoming elections. To prevent the results from changing during the broadcast, he promised to ensure that everyone exercised their democratic rights and had the opportunity to elect their own leaders.
He explained that the TIC team is also intended to be fair and that if they turn back, the transparency of the sides will be compromised. He said his team would closely monitor election results, preventing so-called deep states and a small number of people from changing results. Watch his speech from 49 to 54 minutes here.
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