Musalia Mudavadi says he relies on his personal resources and funds from his Amani National Congress (ANC) party to mount a well-oiled presidential campaign ahead of the 2022 elections. According to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), the spending limit that a presidential election candidate may spend during an expenditure period is KSh 4.4 billion.
Police Commissioner George Natembeya Informs His Plan to Resign, Names Those Pushing His Resignation
Rift Valley Police Commissioner George Natembeya has informed his plans to resign ahead of 2022 disclosing names of those that are pushing his resignation from the Security docket. According to the police boss, he has informed that going by the year 2022 he plans to vie for the Trans Nzoia gubernatorial seat and that he is assured that he will deliver.
President Uhuru Kenyatta night be forced to make changes to his government after it emerged that a powerful Principal Secretary could be planning to resign from her top position. According to details, the lady who is a close ally of the Head of State could be planning to join politics and she has already received endorsement from her inner circle allies.
The next general elections in Kenya are expected to take place in August 2022. Leaders are currently working hard and ask citizens to support them when that time comes. Most of them have been helping the needy families in paying bills, supporting small businesses, paying fees for students, building houses for the poor, and other political gimmicks.
Shortlisting started with the ICT clerk, voter registration assistant, and then IEBC will finalize with the voter registration clerk. If you had applied you should expect to be shortlisted before September 21, 2021. All shortlisted candidates will be required to report for the interview 7 days after shortlisting.
With elections around the corner there has been so many wierd allegations all over the internet. However one of these allegations has caught the attention of ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi who asked the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission open up and clear the air on Huduma Number. Sources privy stated that kenyans might use these Huduma numbers to vote other than using the normal ID cards.
Already, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), has announced that the next general elections will be held on 9th August 2022. However, some leaders have been questioning the possibility of elections being postponed because of the current state of the country, with covid-19 continuing to take the lives of many Kenyans.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has denied working with DP William Ruto's Hustler Nation brigade. The commission had been accused by Kenya News Online of working with Ruto's brigade to help them win some of the past by-elections that saw UDA candidates emerge as winners.
[Photo courtesy] The chairperson of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has been leading the commission without a deputy after the departure of Consolata Nkatha who resigned in April 2018. However, earlier today Chebukati revealed that the elections agency has elected Juliana Cherera unanimously as the new vice-chairperson during a meeting held on Tuesday.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is currently in a closed-door meeting with the National Police Service as detailed emerge what is cooking. It has been established that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is concerned with the highly heightened political campaigns across the country revealing that the campaigns have started even ahead of the Constitutional calendars.
Kenya's Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) early this week declared employment opportunities in the commission that will see fruitful candidates be occupied with the coming 2022 general rulings. From the significant conditions that were set by IEBC, one of them is that one should be a Kenyan resident and be accessible for a period indicated by the commission.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has revealed that it has started the process of getting the services of Kenyans who applied to fill in the temporary capacities of voter registration assistants, ICT clerks, and voter registration clerks ahead of the approaching 2022 general elections. Potential recruits are currently being send invitation messages to visit various IEBC sub county offices across the county for face-to face interview before being given a contract.
The electoral commission has cited pending bills totaling more than Sh2 billion, as well as a court ruling on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), as impediments to preparations for the elections next year. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) informed MPs today that preparations had been hampered because budgetary provisions for subsequent fiscal years were used to settle outstanding bills.
Juliana Cherera Elected IEBC Vice Chairperson Unanimously. Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Commissioner Juliana Cherera has been elected unanimously as the commissions vice chairperson this Wednesday and she will now deputize the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati. After her election, she is now expected to serve in the position untill the expiry of her term unless she resigns.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries commission (IEBC) has finally elected their vice chairperson to help Wafula Chebukati. The body has unanimously elected Juliana Cherera as the vice chairperson through their chair Chebukati the electoral body has promised free, fair and credible elections in 2022. Juliana was among the four commissioners who were vetted by Parliament and approved by the president of the Republic of kenya Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta.
Nairobi-based lawyer Charles Kanjama has lodged an appeal seeking the endorsement and setting aside of some findings of the appellate court regarding the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). Mr Kanjama's case raises the number of appeal to four, the other appellants being Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and lawyer Omoke Morara.
While the discussion over postponing the 2022 General Election continues, Paul Njoroge, a former nominated senator, has gone to court, requesting that the votes on August 9, 2022 be declared null and void. If successful, President Uhuru Kenyatta's tenure in office will be extended by a year.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is an independent body entitled with holding general elections in Kenya. During the media brief today, IEBC appeals to security organs to collaborate with the commission to ensure there is safe environment as it conducts it's general elections come 2022. It has enrolled four new commission members namely Juliana Cherera, Irene Masit, Justus Nyang'au and Francis Wanderi.
As days continue to move on and political atmosphere continues to be hotter there is some allegations that next year's general elections to be postponed to 2023.This is after ex nominated senator,Paul Njoroge wants to move to court claiming that Independent Electoral and Boundaries commission lacked forum.
Chairman IEBC Wafula Chebukati at the National Tallying Centre, Bomas, 2017. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is set to register at least six million new voters next month as part of for next year’s General Election. Wafula said in a press conference at Whitesands Hotel in Mombasa yesterday after an induction briefing for the new four commissioners, Chebuketi said the agency is now ready to conduct free and fair elections next year.