Journalists have continued giving updates about what is happening at Bomas Of Kenya where the tallying has been happening for the past 6 days. Kenyans are very curious to see who is going to be declared the winner. According to KTN journalists, it has been revealed that Chebukati is now done with verifying all for 34A and 34B.
Several Azimio Presidential Candidate Hon Raila Amolo Odinga inner Circles have arrived at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC National Tallying Centre at Bomas of Kenya. Pictures posted by the Charity Ngilu, the outgoing Kitui county Governor now reveals that several Azimio leaders are in Bomas of Kenya.
Finally, deputy president William Ruto has arrived at the Bomas of Kenya ahead of an announcement of the president elect of the republic of Kenya by independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) chairperson Wafula Chebukati. The declaration which will be issued shortly at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi county means that the deputy president comes after a contest that saw him have three rivals: Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga, Roots party presidential candidate George Wajackoyah and presidential candidate Waihiga Mwaure.
Chaos, tension, and violent fights have broken out at the Bomas in Kenya, where the counting and verification of presidential election results are taking place. An official of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), whom they claimed had worked with agents of Kenya Kwanza to bring in unapproved documents, was assaulted by agents of Azimio and caught on camera.
Chaos was previously seen on the Bomas of Kenya floor after Gladys Boss Sholei, an Uasin Gishu woman representative, was seen carrying unknown documents there while the tallying process was in progress. One of Azimio La Umoja's agents, Ruaraka Member of Parliament Hon. TJ Kajwang, noticed the outspoken Woman Representative.
The presidential results that were received nationwide are currently being verified by the independent electoral and boundary commission officers. The verification procedure is being observed by the presidential agents who are representing their presidential candidates, according to the news that was posted on social media networks. On Saturday, August 13, as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission continued to calculate the presidential results, chaos broke out in the Bomas of Kenya (IEBC).
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Kenyans are very curious to hear who is going to be the next president of Kenya. As a result, many are very curious and optimistic about their views on the next president of Kenya. Several media houses have dispatched their journalists to Bomas Of Kenya to establish the flow of events as the tallying continues.
The united Democratic Alliance party leaders who supports the deputy president William Ruto have already started arriving at Bomas Of Kenya as the counting of votes continue. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Kiharu member of parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro and his colleagues Nixion Korir and Aaron Cheruiyot have already arrived at the Bomas of Kenya.
PHOTO: COURTESY Dramatic chaos has been witnessed at Bomas of Kenya where the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is having to vote verification and tallying process. According to the news shared online by Nation Africa on their official Twitter account, the dramatic scenes are reported to have been started by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance agents.
From Nation news reports the situation at the Bomas of Kenya clearly dictates that the tallying of 34A and 34B forms is over.The stage is being prepared and the results are expected to be released anytime from now. The security is very tight.Kenyans long awaited day is finally here and I personally can't wait to know the results.From relevant sources of information the people of Kisumu and Eldroret who are from Raila Odinga's and Ruto's place respectively have said that they are ready to accept the incoming president from any of the two parties and they will maintain peace.
Kenyans are hopeful that the IEBC would conduct free and fair elections tomorrow. The Commission has already started bringing materials closer to the voting locations. (Photo courtesy) In order to serve as the National Tallying Center for the presidential election, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has intensified preparations at the Bomas of Kenya.
The Farmers party headed by former Murang'a county gubernatorial aspirant Irungu Nyakera has petitioned for the oust of the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) splinter group led by the electoral commission's vice chair Juliana Cherera. The Farmers party, which is a constituent party in William Ruto's led Kenya Kwanza Alliance, has lodged a petition to the National Assembly in line with Article 251 of the constitution for the removal of IEBC commisioners following the alleged attempt to sabotage the electoral process in the August general election.
Source link:https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1558551158653964290?t=7NU3ARwWkj0uoHb3V8DDnA&s=19 Video of the late night dramatic incident witnessed at the Bomas Of Kenya have now emerged and this have raised eyebrows over rigging claims. Momentarily confusion and chaotic scenes filled the Bomas Of Kenya where official tallying of presidential results was taking place ahead of final announcement.
As elections tallying continues on provisional basis across the country, IEBC has briefed the country on the status of the original forms 34A and how the law stipulates its usage. Speaking to the media a few minutes ago, IEBC chairperson Mr. Chebukati has announced that most constituency Returning Officers are now arriving at Bomas of Kenya to submit the original forms 34As.
Officials from the Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) were attacked last night by armed criminals while they were preparing responses to the next presidential appeal. The electoral commission stated in a statement dated August 22 that the attackers tried to attack the officials while they were working from an unidentified office and were armed only with crude weapons.
The independent electoral and boundaries commission officers are still verifying the votes received across the country where presidential agents are also witnessing the process. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, many leaders are at Bomas of Kenya following the process of verification of votes.
A petition has been presented in parliament for the removal of the errant four Commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission. This petition has been presented before the National Assembly by a party which is part of the deputy president William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance with the party leader confirming that it was received by the National Assembly successfully.
It has emerged that the allies of the incoming Head of State president William Ruto will kick out the four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners. Acvordong to a report, they will be moving a petition that will be aimed at ensuring that the controversial four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commissioners will be sent packing in the coming days.
The independent electoral and boundaries commission officers are still verifying the presidential results which were received across the country. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the verification process is being witnessed by he presidential agents who are representing their presidential candidates. According to the video which was shared on the social media platforms, there was a drama at Bomas of Kenya yesterday at night where the Azimio La Umoja team alleged that the deputy president William Ruto's agents are sneaking in fake form 34A for verification.
|Elections Officials Meeting At Bomas Of Kenya, Nairobi/Photo Courtesy| For the last few months, the Independent and Electoral Bonderies Commission (IEBC) has been engaged onto a very tight schedule as they prepare for the much awaited August general elections. Today, all the elections across the country are meeting at the Bomas of Kenya for a common interaction and also to deliberate on issues pertaining to this upcoming general election.