The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioners has received the first batch of ballots at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
"The ballots are being printed in Greece. The last ballots to be received will be for the presidential election " Chebukati made a statement.
He asserted that the ballot printing tender was conducted in a transparent manner.
"The tender was conducted in an open manner without the commissioners' participation. It relates to management "He announced.
He also denied claims that extra ballots were going to be printed, particularly for the presidential election.
"There are not any additional ballots. Because we do not anticipate a 100% turnout, we have printed enough ballots for only the registered voters, and any spoiled votes will be accommodated " he added.
The head of the IEBC also affirmed that the commission is prepared to conduct the elections on August 9 and is currently hiring personnel to assist in carrying them out.
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