Election Observers have generated discussion among online communities across a variety of social media channels. This comes after it was stated that Kenya is only dealing with a single difficulty during election periods. According to observers who were witnessing the polls in Kenya this year, the country has a problem with trust when it comes to concerns of elections, which is something that they should begin working on as soon as possible.
The August General Elections has come and gone with the winners in the various races already having been identified by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Returning Officers. There was not much violence across the country and the elections were generally described as peaceful, free and fair by the Election Observers from across the world.
Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga has landed in Political crossroads or rather quagmire following the explosion of confirmed reports that plans and lobbying to have the Outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta quit the Azimio-One Kenya Coalition by resigning from Azimio leadership are now at advanced stages. According to the report hitting news airwaves, Lobby Group led by Election Observers is said to have reached Out to the Outgoing head of state where they have advised him to quit active politics and refrain from being an Opposition leader because he is a National Leader who should be a Unifying factor.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is in the process of accrediting Election Observers (Local and International) The IEBC is looking for Election Observers, Voter Education Providers and Media for General Election activities IEBC has revealed that Voter Education Providers and the Media will aid the commission in observing, carrying out voter education and monitoring and reporting on various electoral activities expected to happen in the period before, during and after the August 9th 2022 General Election.
It's Bad News to Azimio La Umoja's presidential Aspirant Raila Odinga as he heads to supreme court to challenge Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC's declaration on presidential winner. This comes as Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC's chair Wafula Chebukati declared William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza as President elect.
The August General Elections is right around the corner with the various teams preparing themselves ahead of the 22 million Kenyans who will be hitting the polls in the next few days. The Government of Kenya has mapped some places which might be seen as hotspots for election violence and adequate police have been sent to the places to ensure that there will be peace and calm at Kuresoi, Eldoret and Molo.
Yesterday at around 6 pm, the National Returning officer Wafula Chebukati, who is also the chairperson of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission-IEBC, relieved the anxiety that was building among Kenyans by announcing the results of the presidential elections. Befor the announcement, we witnessed drama unfolding before our eyes and the full glare of cameras at the Bomas of Kenya-the national tally center.
Following the eruption of verifiable reports that planning and lobbying to have the incumbent president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, exit the Azimio-One Kenya Coalition by retiring from Azimio leadership are now at late stages, the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement Party, Hon. Raila Odinga, has found himself in a political crossroads or rather a quagmire.
Kenyans continue to wait for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to announce the outcome of the race to State House. (Photo, Courtesy) Kenyans await the declaration by IEBC to know who will be succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta between Deputy President William Ruto and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
The deputy president William Ruto today held a meeting with international election observers who came to Kenya to witness how the voting process is being done. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the deputy president William Ruto and other Kenya kwanza leaders held a meeting at his Karen residence where they discussed various issues ahead of the final results.
The August General Elections have come and passed with millions of Kenyans turning up to vote for their new leaders or reelection of the old that have been serving them well over the years. Picture courtesy. Image from Bomas. About 14 million Kenyans turned up to vote for the leaders whole about 8 million stayed away from the exercise despite being registered to vote by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
The deputy president William Ruto today held a meeting with Election Observers at his residence in Karen where they discussed various issues about the preparedness of the coming general election. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the leaders who attended a meeting came from IGAD led by the former Ethiopian president Mulatu Teshome