The postponement of 2022 elections is something that has continued denying people their daily peace over the circulating rumours. This comes after Raila and other supporters of the Jubilee party put it that there will be no elections until BBI goes through. This has resulted into two rebellious groups that are struggling to be favoured.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) has completed interviewing its candidates. During some interviews some candidates stole the show by failing to answer some questions asked in Kiswahili. On June 12, IEBC shortlisted 36 contender for the places of magistrates after the seats fell empty after the acquiescence of Cornie Nkatha Maina, Roselyne Akombe, Paul Kurgat and Margaret Mwachanya.
Senator Murkomen and Mr Wanjiku in the past event After Kiambaa by-election results, Jubilee party rejected the results announced by IEBC. Jubilee officials stated that the election was not conducted fairly. They called for recounting of votes in Kiambaa by IEBC. UDA candidate won the election after getting more votes than Mr Kariri of Jubilee.
Today marks the final day of the interviewing process of the IEBC commissioners that has lasted for close tO three weeks. Today was the turn of Kenyatta University professor who took to the hot seat to be interviewed. However, his grasp of the queen’s language is what took the panel aback.
The Independent Electral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), has waded into the fray over alleged Electral fraud in the just_conducted Kiambaa parliamentary by_elections. Yesterday, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati issued a statement that fell short of telling off political parties that participated in the recent by elections, stating that the "don't cook votes."
Ndaragua MP Jeremiah Kioni once again drummed up support for the Bill he intends to introduce in Parliament to postpone the 2022 General Elections until IEBC declassifies the 27 Protected Constituencies. Alice Wahome (left) side-by-side with Jeremiah Kioni. On a late-night television debate with Alice Wahome, the veteran Ndaragua legislator proved his superior debating prowess once again by calmly explaining how the law, as it stands, empowers IEBC to scrap 27 Constituencies in 16 Counties after the 2022 General Elections because of not meeting population thresholds.
There have been political heat concerning the 2022 general elections.There have been different claims that the elections might not be conducted as scheduled.However, the statement made by such leaders have been nullified by one of the famous political leaders in Kenya. The African National Congress party leader, Musalia Mudavadi has been touring Nyandarua county for two days now.Today, he has clarified that president Uhuru Kenyatta will not cling to power in 2022.He has said that the president will follow the constitution and that people should not fear for no reason.
Kenya will conduct it's general election next year on August 9th. A number of members of parliament have started suggesting that the general election should be postponed to a later date. A good example of a member of parliament who wishes the general election to be postponed is the Jeremiah Kioni who is the member of parliament to Ndaragwa Constituency.
Today marks the final day of Oral Interviews for the position of Member of the IEBC by the Selection Panel. The following candidates are scheduled to appear- a) at 9.30am - Prof. Richard O. Odour; b) at 11.30am - Dr. Rose M. Musyoka; c) at 2.00pm - Ms. Roseline Odhiambo Odede.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has waded into the fray over alleged electoral fraud in the just-concluded Kiambaa parliamentary by-election. Yesterday, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati issued a statement that fell short of telling off political parties that participated in the recent by-elections, stating that they “don’t cook votes”.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is a government agency that deals with electoral processes in the republic of Kenya. The commission is headed by Mr. Wafula Chebukati who is the chairman. The IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati has denied the claims raised by the Jubilee party leaders over the allegations that the commission rigged the Kiambaa parliamentary by election seat in favour of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
Kenyans after every five years normally have an opportunity to practice their Democratic right of elective various leaders. And now as the 2022 General Election gains momentum, Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission(IEBC) is busy organizing everything as it is a body that is responsible for conducting elections in Kenya.
The next general election will be held late next year. Presidential seat is the most contested seat. The IEBC is continuing with it's preparation ahead of 2022 polls. One of the presidential candidate is deputy president William Ruto who is allied to UDA party. Today UDA allied legislators revealed government secret plan of rigging 2022 presidential polls.
I have been following the above interviews and also the last one for Judiciary judges and one thing I have come to realise it's not a walk in the park. Today I happened to listen to Professor Richard Okoth facing the Panel.I must admit today I witnessed someone I shall admire for the rest of my life.He took the exercise to another level.First his English language was outstanding for a research Scientist.His level of confidence and composure was cool.He was a person who to me well researched his way round IEBC issues and took the panelists with ease.His responses were so articulate and we'll thought of.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC, has been named as one of the competent bodies of the government. It is the body charged with the markinv of the boundaries in the country as well as other roles but the most core role is its mandate to conduct and manage every election in the country.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has responded to Jubilee's claims of voter Manipulation in the hotly contested Kiambaa by-elections. According to the reports seen by the Star, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has dismissed claims of voter Manipulation by Jubilee party in the recent Kiambaa election.
The chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Wafula Chebukati has responded to allegations by Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi over possibilities of rigging in the Kiambaa by-elections. Kimani Wamatangi had earlier claimed that the Jubilee Candidate and UDA candidate at some polling stations, had the same number of votes which is awkward according to him.
It's now few days after Kiambaa parliamentary race was concluded. The hotly contested seat by Jubilee candidate Kariri Njama and UDA candidate Wanjiku caught nation wide attention. However UDA managed to unpopularise uhuru at his backyard by taking a win. This saw Jubilee complain vote rigging in favour of Wanjiku.
The consititution of Kenya provides the Kenyans with any to elect their representative after every five years, and must happen on the second Tuesday of August. Next year Kenya will her third general election under the 2010 consititution. All stakeholders are putting their Houses in order, the IEBC has already released the program for the events ahead of the elections.
The country is going through a turmoil situation, early the month of May, a five-bench of the high court led by professor Joel Ngugi Declared the building bridges Initiative unconstitutional null and void. Besides this the court also announced a permanent injuctation on IEBC from conducting any business concerning Consititution amendment.