Speaking to a local Radio Station on Tuesday morning, the IEBC boss Stated that there are things that the Commission expects from Kenyans and that the law cannot be evaded when it cones to the electioneering process. Chebukati argued that he is focused on making sure that all Kenyans who are qualified to exercise their Democratic process gets a chance to do next year.
The first thing Kenyans must do according to Chebukati is to make sure that tgdt confirm their registration status. He stated that key people becomes surprised only in the last stages to find out that they need to be registered for them to take part in the polls.
Secondly, the IEBC chairman said that it is important for everyone to confirm their respective locations where they are supposed to vote. He claimed that people forget to change their voting centers when they permanently relocate from one place to another.
Lastly, Chebukati affirmed that as voters, it is important to take part in the various educational program being undertaken by the Commission to give Kenyans enough knowledge on the electioneering process. He claimed that many people especially new voters in the country need to be educated to avoid issues accruing from spoiled votes.
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