Kenyans took to the survey on October 26th after a Supreme Court administering which invalidated the August 8 presidential survey on grounds that IEBC conferred different illicit acts amid the survey procedure.
In the September 1 decision, the Court requested the survey body to gather information inside 60 days, as per the law. National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition pulled back from the rehash survey after IEBC neglected to meet its unchangeable essentials, refering to that the race would not be free and reasonable.
Raila asked supporters to blacklist the survey, even as Uhuru’s group requested that voters turn out in substantial numbers for the race. IEBC has seven days to pronounce the victor.
A resident from Homa Bay County has set tongues wagging after her passionate elocution on why she did not participate in the repeat presidential election on Thursday.
When asked by KTN’s reporter Timothy Otieno why she did not vote in the fresh presidential poll, the passionate woman went ballistic and said that she voted in the August 8 General Election and that was final.
She also said that she watched her TV and realised Thika, Nairobi and other Jubilee strongholds had a low turnout.
The woman also told the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati to remember that all people are equal despite their status in society.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has taken an early lead in several constituencies, even as the IEBC continues to tally votes cast in the October 26 repeat Poll.