The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has approved the use of manual registers in polling stations both in Makueni and Kakamega Counties.
This is after failure of KIEMS kits was experienced in the areas.
Addressing members of the press from Bomas of Kenya on Tuesday, August 9, IEBC Vice Chair Juliana Cherera said manual registers would be used in 84 polling stations in Makueni County and 154 stations in Kakamega County.
"The commission is working through its ICT officers to resolve any reported issues on the KIEMs kits by the presiding and residing officers.
"Therefore, the commission has authorised the use of manual registers in Makueni, Kibwezi West constituency and Malava, Matungu, Mumias West, Mumias East constituencies," Cherera said.
At the same time, Cherera said elections in Eldas Constituency, Wajir County, had been adjourned after gunmen attacked the county tallying centre on Monday night.
Cherera explained that some IEBC officials were trapped at the tallying centre, leading the Commission to call off the exercise.
She promised that voting in the area will resume once the issue has been resolved.
In Turkana County, Cherera said there was a road accident involving a Presiding Officer and two clerks from Kalokol ward. The three were rushed to the hospital and have since been replaced.
Cherera also said that security-related issues had delayed the opening of the polling stations in Dadaab, Garissa County.
She, however, said IEBC would extend the voting hours in the area to allow the electorate cast their ballot.
"Due to security concerns raised in Dabaab constituency, and four polling stations specifically Maguto Primary School, Bakin Primary School, Bahajor Borehole and Kotkot Borehole are yet to be opened," she said.
IEBC says it is in consultation with security officials to address the issues that have been raised in the area.