Results for Mathare By-election

NAIROBI: Monday, August 11, 2014
Provisional results for Mathare By-election continue to be received electronically. By 8.30pm, 105 of the 115 polling stations had transmitted their results using the Results Transmission System (RTS). Steven Kariuki had 13,656, George Wanjohi 12,596, William Omondi 181, Chrispus Nyangangali 59, Muthoni Mariam 35, Sammy Mudanya 34, Barack Obat 19, Ballian Ojiwa 13 and Nixon Inziria 11.
Results can be accessed online on or on android phones. To install and use the IEBC Provisional Election Results Application on Android, open the Google Play Store Application on your Android phone. Then search for 'IEBC Provisional Results' and "install". It requires your phone to have at least 1.5 megabytes free.
Wait for the app to download and Installs on your phone. If the app doesn't open automatically, open the app from the apps drawer i.e. click on the app named “IEBC Provisional Results”. When the app opens, select an election of interest (Mathare) and wait for the results to load. To refresh and get the latest results click/select the blue refresh button to load the latest data from the IEBC API.

Polling Closes, Tallying Starts in Mathare By-election

Mathare webphotoA voter is identified electronically before being issued with a ballot paper in the Mathare by-election.

NAIROBI: Monday, August 11, 2014
Counting and tallying of votes is underway in Mathare Constituency after polling stations closed at 5pm.

Mathare voters went back to the polls to elect their member of the National Assembly is a race that was contested by nine candidates. Polling stations opened at 6am and no major incident was reported as the process was conducted peacefully.


Preparations on Course for Mathare By-Election

Mathare-constituency-by-electionMathare by-election polling clerks conduct mock elections during a training session at St. Teressa's Girls Primary School.

NAIROBI: Friday, August 08, 2014
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is making final preparations to conduct Mathare constituency by-election on Monday, 11th August, 2014.

The Commission has hired and trained 230 presiding and deputy presiding officers as well as 460 polling clerks for the exercise. Staff deployment and distribution of election material to polling stations will be done on Sunday, 10th August, 2014.


Gatundu South Mini-Poll is now Cancelled

NAIROBI: Tuesday, August 05, 2014
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has today resolved that there being no other candidate in the Gatundu South Constituency by-election, except for Mr. Moses Kuria, there will be no by-election on Thursday August 07, 2014.

Gatundu South Constituency Returning Officer, Mr. Kipruto Yegon, was yesterday served with a notice, as per The Election (General) Regulations 2012, Regulation 52, from Mr. Joakim Kiarie Kamere withdrawing his candidature from the Gatundu South Parliamentary by-election.

Mr. Kiarie returned to the Commission, Form 21 being the certificate of nomination as a candidate which was issued to him on 10th July, 2014.


Mathare By-election Postponed to August 11

NAIROBI: Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Mathare Constituency by-election, earlier scheduled for 7th August, 2014, has been postponed to Monday, 11th August, 2014. This will allow IEBC adequate time to include Hon. William Omondi’s name on the ballot paper as a contestant in the by-election, in compliance with the High Court judgment issued on 30th July, 2014 in Constitutional Petition no. 288 of 2014.

The Gatundu South and Kibiri County Assembly Ward by-elections will proceed as earlier scheduled on Thursday, 7th August, 2014. IEBC had barred Mr. Omondi from presenting his papers for nominations because records with Registrar of Political Parties indicated that he was still a registered member of ODM yet he wanted to stand as an Independent candidate.

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