According to Chebukati, the Commission will receive the first batch from the designated printer on Thursday, July 7.
The ballots would be kept in a secure location, he continued, to avoid tampering and interference with any voting-related materials.
He continued by saying that he didn't think the rumors about some votes coming from Uganda were true.
The ballots we will receive today are not from Uganda or any other strange country, they are safe for the election, and there aren't any extra ballots as some politicians have claimed, according to Chebukati.
Stop misleading Kenyans and hold a peaceful election in its place.
The printed ballots, according to Chebukati, have distinctive security features.
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