Kenyans are counting 33 days to the next general elections scheduled for the 9th day of August 2022. Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is setting everything to deliver credible elections. Printing ballot papers is key in the preparation for the next polls in August.
Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya and Kenya Kwanza formation is on the spot over 'deals' with Greek printers. Azimio la Umoja One Kenya alliance yesterday during their Campaign rally hinted at the public claims of interferences with the next general elections.
The documentation by IEBC shows that the award of printing tender was done to a Greek company in October 2021. The owners of the company in question are allegedly close friends of Moses Wetangula. The company is tasked with printing ballot papers, the register of voters, and declaration forms. These claims by Azimio have sparked reactions.
Junet Mohamed allied with Raila Odinga has asked IEBC together with EACC and DCI To commence a probe into the matter. He has further stated that they in Azimio need assurance of credible elections in the August 9th polls.
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