- Ezra Chiloba has said they will conduct another election if they are required to do so.
- NASA filed for a petition with the Supreme Court claiming that at least 27 counties had polling stations where vote rigging occurred.
IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba has said that they can hold polls for the second time if needed. Mr Chiloba said this during an interview with KTN reporter Sofia Wanuna at the Bomas of Kenya.
Sofia Wanuna asked Mr Chiloba if they were ready to conduct another election and this is how he responded'
"I think the question would be, would the country be ready to conduct another election? When we get there of course we should be able to do what the law requires us to do."
This is after NASA coalition raised concerns on the August general elections where IEBC Chairman declared Uhuru Kenyatta President.
NASA has filed for a petition with the Supreme Court claiming that at least 27 counties had polling stations where vote rigging occurred.
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