This comes days after they recommended the changes to the commission that will most likely see Wafula Chebukati sent home before the upcoming general elections in the country.
According to the opposition party, the meeting was aimed at discussing their party primaries as well as different electoral dispute resolution mechanisms that can be employed by the commission in the coming days.
The delegation from the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party was headed by their National Elections Board Chairperson Catherine Mumma and their Secretary General Edwin Sifuna.
"Sec. Gen. @edwinsifuna & the Chairperson of the National Elections Board Chairperson Ms. Catherine Mumma today paid a courtesy call to the @IEBCKenya chairman Mr. Wafula Chebukati & team and discussed issues relating party primaries & electoral dispute resolution timelines."https://t.co/jH69mxWmn7
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission on itself have confirmed details of the meeting saying that the delegation was at their offices on Tuesday morning.
"Officials of the @TheODMparty party led by the Secretary General @edwinsifuna and the Chairperson, National Elections Board Ms. Catherine Mumma, paid a courtesy call to the Commission and discussed various aspects of party primaries and electoral dispute resolution timelines."IEBC https://t.co/CwNpVISamN
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