Up Your Game, Kabete Voters Tell IEBC
This comes after one of the Electronic Voter Identification Device (EVID) at the ACK Kirangari Primary School failed.
David Njoroge Kamau, called on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to ensure that they have a proper system in place to avoid cases of electronic voter identification devices failing like it happened at the ACK Kirangari Primary School.
“The failing of the Electronic Voter Identification Device (EVID) at the ACK Kirangari Primary School is a wakeup call to IEBC,” said Mr. Njoroge.
“Much as the manual voter register and identification was not a bother to me, IEBC needs to ensure that its systems are working prior to any elections.”
Another voter, Caroline Njenga, says that the failure of the EVID devices was a blow to the voting process and called on the IEBC to make improvements in other polls.
Ms. Njenga said; “I have not experienced much difficulties being identified manually. However, this should not happen again and IEBC should do something.”
The EVID machine failed in one of the Kirangari Primary school voting streams slowing the voting process.
The Presiding Officer from IEBC, however, declined to comment on the matter.
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