Breaking: IEBC Suspends Elections in Four Wards, Here is the List
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has suspended elections in four wards meaning that elections will not take place in the affected areas. "We shall communicate via a Gazette notice when said elections will be conducted," the Commission chairperson Wafula Chebukati said in a Gazette Notice dated July 25.
Mob Justice Beat Up A Member Of County Assembly After Doing This
Having been trampled by irate youngsters who had accused him of voter bribery, a Kitui County Assembly member is fortunate to still be alive. When voting began for the Kyome/Thaana ward by-election in the Mwingi West Constituency on Thursday, Nguutani ward MCA Stephen Katana was cornered while handing out Sh100 notes to people at Kanyaa polling station.
There Will be No Elections In The Following Four Regions - Chebukati
As we are preparing for the next general election that will be conducted next week on Tuesday, Independent electoral and boundaries commission (IEBC) chairman honourable Wafula Chebukati has revealed that election will not take place in four wards. He added that they have suspended the elections for the MCA seats in the affected wards following the death of aspirants whom the IEBC had cleared to vie for the seat.
Kenyans React After Cherera, Other Commissioners Harmoniously Prepare for Another Electoral Roll
Kenyans were on Thursday left wordless after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) revealed that Cherera and three other Commissioners harmoniously embarked on a process to hold elections. The Commission held a by-election planning workshop in readiness for a senatorial election in Bungoma and County Assembly Wards in Ololmasani (Narok), Kyome/Thaana (Kitui), Utawala (Nairobi), and South Gem in Nyanza.
Ruto’s UDA Party Makes key Announcements Days After 2 Members Of Parliament Resigned as MPs Tuesday
The United Democratic Alliance party which is being led by President William Bruto has this evening made an announcement on who will contest for different seats in the coming by elections just a few days after some members of parliament resigned to take up senior positions. Among the seats that announced by the UDA party included that of Bungoma senatorial race which was left vacant after the area senator took up another role as speaker of the National assembly.
Big Story: IEBC Issues Major Update Hours After By-elections in Bungoma Several Other Areas Begun
The Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has issued a major update concerning the ongoing mini polls in Bungoma county. Residents from all walks of the county are currently continuing with the voting exercise at different poling stations, in a bid to choose their new Senator. The Bungoma Senatorial seat was left vacant shortly after the August 9 polls when the then Senator Moses Wetangula was elected to the National Assembly as the Speaker.
Panic As Form One Student Beats Fellow Student To Death
It is not yet clear the circumstances that led to a fight between two students which resulted to one of them losing his life. According to Mwingi West OCPD, Mr Kazungu Charo, they are still investigating what led to a form one student beating fellow student to death.
Just in: IEBC Postpones Elections in Five Areas, More Details Revealed
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has postponed MCA elections in five wards throughout the country,due to the passing on of candidates who had been properly vetted. The law requires the commission to postpone an election if a candidate dies after having been cleared to run.
Names of Four Wards Where Elections Will not Take Place After IEBC's Major Announcement on Thursday
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has noted that there will be no elections in four wards in the forthcoming general elections. This is after candidates in those wards died yet they had already been cleared and gazetted by the electoral commission before their passing away. Among those areas is Thaana ward in Mwingi West, Kitui County.
In four wards, the IEBC has suspended the election process.
Elections will not be held in the four wards where the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has halted voting. In a Gazette Notice dated July 25, the Commission chairperson Wafula Chebukati stated, "We shall inform via a Gazette notice when said elections would be conducted."
Ndaluni Secondary School: Form One Student Beats His Colleague To Death
Up to the time of articulation of this article is not yet clear what circumstances resulted in a fight between two students which lead to the demise of one of them. with regards to Mr Kazungu Charo who is the OCPD of Mwingi West, they are still proceeding with the investigation of what resulted in a form one student fighting his college student to a point that he died.
JUST IN: IEBC Suspends August 9 Elections In 4 Wards After Candidates Died 10 Days To The Ballot
It is sad this evening to bring to your attention that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has suspended members of the county assembly (MCA) elections in four wards which are in different counties following sudden demise of the candidates who were cleared to vie.
4 Places Where Elections Will Be Suspended Explained By Chebukati On Voting Details
According to the chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), Mr. Wafula Chebukati, the commission has decided to suspend voting in several regions, which means that people living in such areas won't be able to exercise their rights on August 9. a photograph of Wafula Chebukati taken at a prior news conference.
IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati warns over the killing of Aspirants
As reported by Tuko News, chebukati has left everyone With chills after disclosing the killing of Aspirants whom the IEBC had already cleared to vie for the seats. Chebukati also Said that Elections will not take place in four wards in the country following the death of aspirants whom the IEBC had already cleared to vie for the seat.
UDA Issues Certificate to Bungoma Senatorial Candidate ahead of the Coming By-Elections
Moses Wetangula was elected Speaker of National Assembly rendering Bungoma senate seat vacant. By elections are set to be conducted on December and Ruto Led Party, United Democratic Alliance (UDA) is in the race, having fronted a candidate to vie for the selat. Today Saturday the Party through it's National Elections Board Chairman, Anthony Mwaura has issued certificates to various candidates hoping to vie in various seats in the coming by elections.