Presiding Officer & Deputy Arrested After Failing To Count Ballot Papers In Kisauni, Mombasa.
A Presiding Officer (PO) and Deputy Presiding Officer (DPO) of Utange polling station in Kisauni, Mombasa County have been arrested by the police.
The arrest of the two Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ( IEBC) election officials comes after they failed to count the ballot papers from the Utange Polling Station and they will be charged in court as per the electoral laws for committing the offence .
The election took place in the country on Tuesday and the counting of votes was to take place on the same day at the close of the voting exercise.
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