It is now less than ten hours and Kenyans will head to polls to elect their leaders tomorrow August 9, 2022.
However, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission now releases a message service number to dial to confirm or check your polling station and stream.
To check your Polling Station and Streamor Lane you can go to, verify.iebc.or.ke or text IDNumber#YearOfBirth or PassportNumber#YearOfBirth to 70000.
For example, 12345678#1236
Tomorrow ’s presidential election is seen as a straight contest between Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
Raila Odinga is leading William Ruto in the polls but the latter hopes his ‘hustler’ image will win him votes among the poor.
This comes barely hours after four officers of the electoral commission, who were found holding a meeting at the home of a former member of the county assembly (MCA) aspirant in Homa Bay, in western Kenya, have been demoted.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) showed the officials the door for committing an election offence.
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