IEBC steps up Stakeholder Engagements
 16th Oct 2017

The Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission  is reaching out to more interested parties to bring understanding of the poll process after the Supreme Court nullified the August 8th Presidential Polls. The key agenda  is guided by clarifications on technical issues surrounding the Fresh President Election . 

The Commission meets with student leaders from institutions of higher learning on Monday 16th October and with Governors and Ambassadors the next day. Discussions will cover, among other issues, an update on preparations of the October 26th repeat Presidential Polls, compliance with the Supreme Court of Kenya, ruling and results transmission protocols. 

IEBC will also be looking forward to the contributions of the stakeholders who are critical to the realization of a free, fair and peaceful election.

The institutions  that participated were as follows;

  • UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
  • STRATHMORE UNIVERSITY
  • KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
  • AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY
  • RIARA UNIVERSITY
  • NAIROBI AVIATION
  • TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF KENYA
  • KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW
  • JOMO KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
  • ZETECH COLLEGE
  • KCA
  • TANGAZA UNIVERSITY
  • PWANI UNIVERSITY
  • MASEO UNIVERSITY