IEBC to move out of Nairobi CBD

Major changes at IEBC

Chebukati on Thursday stated that the commission was in the process of acquiring its own premises so that they can move from the rented space they occupy at Anniversary Towers.

"It is therefore in the greater interest of the city business community and residents for the operations of the commission to be undertaken away from the CBD."

"It would cut recurrent costs through office space rent, hiring of venue for various commission activities including meetings with stakeholders, nomination of candidates, training for staff and stakeholders, storage/warehousing for strategic and non-strategic material," Chebukati announced.

The IEBC Chairman was speaking in Mombasa during an election evaluation workshop.

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