10 things you need to know about the elections today

Kenya's national security units have shipped in anti-riot vehicles ahead of the polls.

  • Raila to resign if Sonko becomes Governor

NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga has declared he will resign as president (if he is elected) if Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko wins the governorship

  • 6 Candidates threaten to pull out of TV presidential debate

Six presidential candidates have threatened to pull out of the presidential TV debate terming the process discriminatory.

  • IEBC to disqualify candidates who perpetrate violence

The IEBC has said it will disqualify perpetrators of violence from the August 8 polls.

The electoral commission has said it has dispatched teams of investigators to volatile areas to collect evidence.

  • Oparanya slams Wetangula

Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has accused NASA co-principal Moses Wetang’ula of forcing ODM candidates in Bungoma and Trans Nzoia counties to step down in favour of those running on Ford Kenya.

  • Extra security vehicles arrive ahead of polls

Kenya's national security units have shipped in massive equipment such as crowd-control vehicles, guns and tear gas to deal with any mass protests after August 8 elections.

  • ODM disowns candidate

ODM has disowned a letter by former parliamentary aspirant seeking to overturn the nomination of Nyando Parliamentary candidate Jared Okelo.

  • Wiper leaders ask IEBC to disqualify Governor Mutua

Wiper Party Leaders in Machakos have called on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to bar Governor Alfred Mutua from contesting in the August elections for what they termed as engaging in voter bribery.

  • UhuRuto in Coast

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto today continue with their campaigns today in the Coast counties of Lamu, Kilifi and Tana River.

  • NASA in Homa Bay

Nasa leaders will today be campaigning in their stronghold county of Homa Bay after campaigning in Nyamira County on Sunday.

  • Running mates to hold live debate

Eight presidential running mates are expected to face off during a live debate at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Karen on Monday.

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