The independent electoral and boundaries commission chairman Wafula Chebukati might be risking his job if he fails to avail the manual voters register in every polling station in the country according to united democratic association party member and former law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi.
According to Havi, the law requires tye IEBC to avail both the manual and the biometric sheets in every polling station failure to which there will be no elections.
He has said that he is the one in charge of the Westlands votes for himself and also for deputy president William Ruto and so he expects the IEBC to adhere to the law.
"The law requires the IEBC to have both the lists, manual one and the biometric list. If someone's fingerprints aren't gotten then we crosscheck in the manual list. I'm in charge of Westlands constituency votes not only for myself but also for the president so if I go to a polling station and find there's no manual list then there will be no elections in that particular area," he said.
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