The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has disputed claims that ballot papers in Tharaka Nithi county were destroyed.
Chairman Wafula Chebukati said during a press conference at the Bomas of Kenya that what was damaged were polling cells for Tuesday’s general election.
“ That’s not true, ” Chebukati said in response to a question from members of the media on what restorative measures the commission had taken to insure voting would not be affected following the incident.
READ ALSO: Magoha forced to apologize
“ What was destroyed were a many cells by some people who attacked the auto, and those are accoutrements we’ve in cornucopia, so we will replace them, ” Chebukati affirmed.
He stated that the process of replacing the material was formerly underway.
The IEBC CEO stated that ballot papers are attended under heavy security to reduce the possibility of them being destroyed while in conveyance.
READ ALSO: Ruto links Matiang’i and NIS to leaflets in his backyard
“ Those are all safe, with the exception of the exemplifications stated in our presser, ” he said.
READ ALSO: Kisumu boys eventually recieves new principal after the demise of former principal