Supreme Court Battle: Fresh Report Reveals Why Senior IEBC Official Became Suspicious on 10th August
A fresh report has now revealed that a senior IEBC official in the ICT Department became suspicious on 10th August 2022 after realizing that several KIEMS kits were still open and were yet to deliver polling stations Data 2 days after the 2022 general election. In an exclusive report by the Nation on Tuesday, it is emerging that it is due to this suspicious activity that triggered Mugo to send an email message (s) to their Bosses in the commission alerting them that over 75,000 Kiems Kits had been closed.Replying to the email, Azimio alleged that Wafula Chebukati said that he wasn't aware of such illegal and suspicious activity.
Machakos governor Dr. Alfred Mutua queued while casting his vote at Mathatani primary school in Machakos county. " I waited in line at Mathatani primary school in Machakos county as I have always done and eventually voted" said governor Alfred Mutua. The Maendeleo Chapchap party leader said that the turnout at his home polling station is impressive and urged all Kenyans to patiently vote.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has told asked Kivutha Kibwana to consider respecting Wyper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and end the rivalry against Him, Him urging that He is the disputed leader of Ukambani region and He even made various sacrifices to make sure Kalonzo's name maintains on the top.
Photo courtesy of Kenyan Lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna. Renowned Kenyan lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna has rubbished claims that the IEBC stickers the Venezuelan nationals were nabbed with at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by Kenyan detectives could have been an orchestrated scheme to rig the August 9th elections. Dr Miguna Miguna has notified the kenyan citizens that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission stickers could have facilitated an heinous act of election rigging in the August polls, giving them a glimpse of the two major ways in which an election can be stolen.
Numerous incidents have marred voting exercise in several parts of the country. From failure of the KIEMS Kits, mix up of ballot papers, delayed ballots to chaotic incidents. In the recent incident, it has emerged that voting exercise has been halted at Nyamuga polling station, Rusinga East.
The presidential petition continues to trigger a thorough investigation into the electoral process in response to the matter at hand. Details have now emerged that there are crucial issues with KIEMS Kits IEBC is set to address. Azimio supporters have now expressed doubts about the file format of form 34As provided by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
It has been reported that a KIEMs kit has gone missing from Uran Primary School in the Moyale Constituency of Marsabit County. Wafula Chebukati, the chair of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), made the announcement this evening. "The loss was discovered when the KIEMs Kits were being checked prior to being deployed to the polling stations.The Kits were used in tommorow's election," Chebukati said.
The August General Elections is here with us with millions of Kenyans lining up to vote for their favorite candidates across the country braving the morning cold and chills. The various aspirants have also voted with Former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga yet to vote at his station in Kibra as per the reports that we have at the moment.
Smartmartic company was awarded a tender by the Kenyan government, so that they can supply the IEBC with the elections materials such as: KIEMS KITS and ballot papers. They are the one who owns the IEBC server. Raila Odinga and the AZIMIO fraternity wanted the IEBC to open the server, so that they can access the election information which were stored in the server.
Photo Courtesy; Mahat Somane New twist in Supreme Court after Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission IEBC lawyer Mahat Somane has admitted that it is true that 11,000 KIEMS Kits had the same serial numbers as had been told by Raila Odinga and Martha Karua's lawyer, Julie Soweto in the morning.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has responded to a set of questions they had put to task by the Supreme Court. IEBC's lawyers Mahat Somane and George Murugu responded to questions on why Chebukati failed to announce results from 27 constituencies, Okiya Omutata's voter turn-out, and the impact of the three Venezuelans, among others.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's Nyeri warehouse was broken into, and 82 power banks and an unknown number of Kiems Kits were stolen; police are investigating. The kits' carrying cases were wide open, and it was unknown how many were actually present. In preparation for the arrival of law enforcement, the scene was processed and secured prior to their arrival.
The presentation made by Raila's lawyer Julie Soweto put Ruto's team to task with how the name Jose Camargo made its way to forms 34A. She alleged that the Venezuelan could have tampered with the transmission of results. The allegation has however been taken care of by Mahat Somane.
After Kiems Kits failed to function in several areas of Kakamega and Makueni Counties, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has now declared that they have granted the go-ahead for the use of manual register. The electoral commission said in a news conference today that they have instructed the returning officers from the impacted districts to use the manual register after determining that the kits had completely failed to function.
Kenyans continue to show up in great numbers at various polling places across the nation to cast their votes in the general election. Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is a top choice for the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance's presidential nomination. However, in the midst of the elections, Azimio sent a letter to Wafula Chebukati, the head of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
KIEMs was on Monday stolen from Uran primary school while being charged in moyale on election eve. This is according to the Facebook post by The star Kenya newspaper on Monday evening. "A KIEMs kit was on Monday morning was stolen from Uran Primary School in Moyale Sub-County Marsabit County."
The Uran Primary School in the Moyale Constituency of Marsabit County reported on Monday morning that a KIEMs kit had been stolen from the school. The announcement was made on Monday by the chair of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Wafula Chebukati. "The loss was found when the KIEMs Kits were being charged prior to being deployed to the voting places," he claimed.
The General Elections in August are now taking place, and millions of Kenyans are braving the early morning chilly to cast their votes for the candidates and parties of their choice throughout the nation. The several candidates have also cast their ballots, however the information that we have at this time indicate that the former prime minister, Raila Odinga, has not yet cast his ballot at his station in Kibra.