Besieged electoral agency CEO Ezra Chiloba has signaled he won't quit, even as NASA stages street protests to force him and other officials out. Speaking while campaigning in Embu yesterday, Uhuru Kenyatta warned NASA supporters would be met with the full force of the law if they attempt to disrupt businesses.
Buoyed by the full Supreme Court judgment that did not point the finger at staff, Chiloba appears determined to stay put, despite internal wrangles and a public stalemate. "Due to time constraints before the fresh election, the commission will continue to manage the ICT/KIEMS system implemented by OT Morpho/Safran," Chebukati said in the letter to NASA.
This assistance is meant to aid restore public confidence and trust in the integrity of the ballot papers and results forms to be used in the fresh elections, as well as address the concerns raised by the Supreme Court," Chebukati said.
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