10 things you need to know about the Elections today

Uhuru and Raila's events marred with chaos.

  • Uhuru, Raila's events disrupted by rowdy crowds

President Uhuru Kenyatta cut short his trip in Kisumu as NASA supporters turned rowdy.

A NASA campaign rally led by Raila Odinga ended prematurely in Kabarnet, Baringo County as rowdy youth heckled heckled and booed the leaders.

  • Uhuru wades in on Migingo Island controversy

During his tour of Homa Bay County, President Uhuru Kenyatta declared Migingo Island is in Kenya.

  • NASA anti-rigging gadgets arrive in Kenya

Hundreds of high-tech communication gadgets to be used in NASA’s vote protection strategy have began arriving in the country, 25 days to the polls.

  • Uhuru launches Sh15 billion brewery in Kisumu

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday presided over the ground breaking ceremony of the Sh15 billion East African Breweries Limited (EABL) factory in the city.

  • Raila's promise to Baringo residents

Nasa Presidential candidate Raila Odinga promised that his government will deal with rampant insecurity in Baringo County if elected.

  • CS, MPs applaud salaries cut

Devolution CS Mwangi Kiunjuri, Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya and several Jubilee MPs welcomed the Salary and Remuneration Commission’s (SRC) move to reduce salaries of top state officers.

  • IEBC starts review of public participation in ballot papers tender

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has started reviewing public views on the procurement of presidential ballot papers after appealing a High Court ruling canceling a tender awarded to Al-Ghurair.

  • Education official arrested for bribing IEBC staff

A senior education officer has been arrested for attempting to influence recruitment of poll officials in Marsabit.

  • Raila-Kalonzo 2022 deal

NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga will serve for only one term if he wins, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has re-affirmed.

  • Peter Kenneth stand on Nairobi water shortage

Nairobi gubernatorial candidate Peter Kenneth has said cartels are to blame for the perennial water shortage in the capital.


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