With the results from different constituencies still streaming in at the national Tallying Center situated at Bomas of Kenya. Various agents representing the four presidential aspirants have their eyes fixed on the results to make sure that they match with the tally in IEBC portal and in the original forms signed by agents at the polling stations. Read more here.
Yesterday IEBC admitted to have committed an error in one of the mount Kenya constituencies that almost costed Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga 10,000 votes, IEBC however moved quickly to rectify the figures after an hawk eyed Azimio agent noticed the mistake and raised the concern.
Today, IEBC has again admitted that one of their presiding officers at the polling station committed an error when entering the figures for Raila Odinga as 11 instead of 111. This error has almost costed the Azimio coalition flag bearer 100 votes from a single polling station situated in Thindigua Primary School in Kiambu constituency. The electoral body has moved fast to rectify this error after an hawk eyed Azimio la Umoja agent raised concerns again.
"Thindigua Primary school polling station captured Azimio candidate Raila Odinga’s votes as 11 instead of 111; this means Odinga got 14, 860 as opposed to 14, 760 votes recorded in Kiambu constituency’s Form 34B." JUSTUS NYANG'ANYA who is an IEBC commissioner stated in an official statement published by The Standard Newspaper.
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