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KETHI Kilonzo-Ways To Remove Chiloba & Co Out Of The Equation In case They Don’t Leave

Renown female advocate Kethi D Kilonzo has suggested possible ways the Independent Electoral and Independent Commisison (IEBC) can be dealt with in order to avoid the August 8th electoral misconducts by its senior officials.

Writing her two cents on The Standard,Kethi observed that placing our hopes in individual electoral commissioners is no longer a solution since we’ve been doing so since 2007 and they have let us down. Evicting IEBC officials out of their office has never fix the problem.

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“Replacing electoral commissioners and the electoral chief executive officer has never worked in Kenya since 2007. Will a 2017 costume change make a difference?”,Kethi Kilonzo asked.

Kethi further observed that Wafula Chebukati, Ezra Chiloba and Company are most unlikely to leave office willingly since just like their predecessors,they’ve continued to hang on to their offices even after failing Kenyans.

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According to Kethi,all the attention needs to be shifted at the polling stations since the court of Appeal did its part by ruling that the IEBC chair has no power to change the results declared at the polling station at the National Tallying Centre.

“There are 40,883 polling stations. There are 290 constituency tallying centers. There is only one national tallying centre.We therefore have 41,173 ways to remove the Electoral Chairman, Commissioners, Chief Executive Officer and their secretariat from the presidential elections equation. Yes, forty one thousand one hundred and seventy three ways how to.”read her article in part

Since all the action takes place at the polling stations,then it’s prudent for NASA and Jubilee to deploy 40,883 agents to man each polling station in the country

She concluded by maintaining that the safety, security and well being of all 81,763 presidential polling station agents throughout the country can be taken care of since the government has allocated over Kshs. 12 billion for the repeat Presidential polls.


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