The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has initiated the process of preparing the ballot papers which will be used for 2022 general elections. Speaking yesterday, Chebukati confirmed that the tender which was advertised has been given to a campany in Greek to process the ballot papers. Inform P Lykos S A Holdings was given the tender to supply and deliver ballot papers besides registering voters.
The IEBC board is currently on toes doing it's best to ensure it delivers trustworthy electioneering process to the citizens. This comes after several politicians across the country pleaded with the ministry to ensure elections are free and fair. IEBC is working on this to ensure nobody gets the chance to rig votes in order to win.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries commission chairperson Wafula Chebukati has for the first time spoken following the appointment of Ezra Chiloba who will be in charge of the Communications Authority of Kenya. Chiloba's appointment has elicited mixed reactions from Netizens as he is expected to play a vital role in the 2022 general where he will be tasked with ensuring that all polling stations are connected to a 3G or a 4G network for the transmission of results.
I have been saying that under Wafula Chebukati, IEBC cannot be expected to deliver a free and fair election. One of the planks of a free and fair election is to make sure that at least 95%% of those required to vote is registered as voters by voting day.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has expressed it is doing its registration drive in open places to permit participation for people with inabilities (PWDs). Talking during a stakeholders' forum with PWDs at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, IEBC chairperson, Wafula Chebukati, shared the commission was in the race to identify different difficulties they might face and address them accordingly.
As the nation prepares for the next general election slated in August 2022, the Independent and Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has has set their preparations to make sure that they avail all the materials on time. Printing of ballot papers is a key item in the whole process.
IEBC is a body in charge of elections through making sure the exercise is free and fair.Initially the body was still battling on printing company to pick.Luckily they have finally unveil Lykos a printing company based in Greece has won the IEBC tender of printing next year General election ballot papers.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairperson Wafula Chebukati has finally broken his silence on the appointment of Ezra Chiloba at the helm of the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK). Addressing members of the press on Friday, October 1, Chebukati stated that he was taken by surprise on Chiloba's appointment as the Director-General of the agency.
Photo:Wafula Chebukati Independent Electoral and Boundaries Comission Chairman Wafula Chebukati has made a crucial decision by making it clear that he was ready to mend ways with his former colleague Ezra Chiloba. This is after the former IEBC Chief Executive officer was appointed as the Director General of the Communication Authority of Kenya.Chiloba will play an crucial role in next year's 2022 General elections as he will be tasked with ensuring that polling stations are fitted with 3G and 4G networks.
Voter registration has gotten off to a shaky start in President Uhuru Kenyatta's heartland of Central Kenya. There have been many fewer new voters registered in the last seven days than the predicted 1.5 million, according to the most recent IEBC data. In anticipation of the general election in 2022, the 30-day push aims to register roughly six million new voters.
The electral body has now given deadline for submission of Nominations rules by political parties. Speaking to the press, the IEBC chairman, Wafula Chebukati, has on 15th Oct given instructions to political parties on the issuance of their nomination rules. He stated that all the rules should be submitted on or before 18th Oct 2021 in both hard and soft copy.
Three days after IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati stated that Kenyans do not need to travel upcountry for voter registration details, he has reversed his position. Chebukati stated on Twitter that voters who want to change their polling location must go to the IEBC Constituency Office. "Clarification: Voters who want to change their polling location should go to the IEBC constituency office where they want to change.
Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission Chairman Wafula Chebukati has break his silence on the appointment of his former counterpart Chiloba revealing new details on their relation. IEBC is a very important body in the country that make sure the interests of the people are represented through election. The crucial roles of the commission is to set boundaries, conduct free and fair election, settle election disputes and conduct parties nominations.
The Duties Ezra Chiloba Is Yet To Handle In The Next General Election Despite Falling Out Years Ago.
The IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati should ensure that as at now he has all it take to ensure that the next general election is carried out smoothly and a concrete result is reached. This is forcing the chairman to ment different areas which can be viewed not to be in order.
Chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission, Chebukati, gave Deputy President William Ruto a major boost ahead of the upcoming general elections, announcing significant progress in voter registration. PHOTO/COURTESY The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has published a list of the top 10 counties that have achieved their objective and the bottom 10 counties that have not.
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The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has delivered a list of the top ten counties in terms of voter registration since the process commenced on Monday, 4th of October. Leaders all over the country has been on the forefront urging Kenyans to come out in large numbers and ensure that they register as voters come 2022.
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Kenyans waiting to be registered as voters in the mass registration that begun yesterday: (Photo Courtesy: Twitter) The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) begun mass voters registration yesterday with the exercise expected to continue for the next thirty (30) days. Kenyans have been urged to turn out in large numbers to ensure that they register as voters ahead of the 2022 General elections.
Wafula Chebukati, President of the IEBC. Image file The IEBC has registered 202,518 new voters on a weekly goal of 1.5 minutes over the past seven days in the ongoing mass registration. President Wafula Chebukati attributed the low turnout to insecurity in parts of Lamu, Baringo and Laikipia counties as well as along the Kenya-Somalia borders.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chair, Wafula Chebukati has announced new dates in the 2022 general elections calendar. The Commision has however warned that the electoral body will not hesitate to flag down political parties that will not follow the set regulations and guidelines. Chebukati said, “The commission warns that as an impartial referee they have all the disciplinary letters and will not hesitate to flash out yellow or red cards as part of the law of the game, to any player that fails to adhere to the regulations in order to deliver free, fair, and credible elections come next year".