Kenya 2022 Yaliyojiri Uchaguzi Mkuu wa Kenya: William Ruto ashinda kiti cha Urais, apata 50.49% ya kura

Kenya 2022 General Election


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Mar 16, 2021
We have intelligence reports that their system was penetrated and hacked and that some of the IEBC officials actually committed electoral offences and some of them ought to have been arrested if they were not arrested

Kenya's cohesion commission has asked Kenyans to maintain peace during and after the announcement of the presidential results.


The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to officially announce the final presidential election results at 3pm on Monday 15 August, 2022 at the national talying centre, Bomas of Kenya.

259 constituency results have been verified, validated, and declared by IEBC, we have about 32 constituency results to go. In a few hours, we will be able to know President Uhuru’s successor


Wajackoyah: We're Confident We'll Win Presidential Election

Roots Party has exuded confidence that its presidential candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah will clinch the presidency seat once the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) makes an official announcement on the same.

Despite preliminary results intimating that Kenya Kwanza frontman William Ruto and his Azimio counterpart Raila Odinga hold a significant lead over Wajackoyah and Agano party candidate David Mwaure, the party is still convinced that the pro-marijuana professor will be named Kenya's next president once vote totaling is completed.

David Mwaure concedes defeat in Presidential race

Agano Party Presidential candidate David Mwaure has conceded defeat in the Presidential race.

Mr Mwaure, in a statement on Sunday, admitted defeat saying that he has observed a low performance in the votes he has garnered so far as the vote verification is ongoing at the Bomas of Kenya.

The presidential candidate, therefore, endorsed his competitor William Ruto, claiming that he has taken a consistent lead in the vote numbers and that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) should announce him as president.

"I wish to concede defeat in the presidential elections if 2022 whose verification is ongoing at Bomas. This I am doing after seeing what my performance has been and after discussions with my team in Bomas," read part of the statement.

The Agano party leader further thanked his supporters for backing his bid during the polls further urging the IEBC to remain steadfast to ensure that the ongoing exercise is verifiable and seamless.

"I thank my family, secretariat, the campaign team and all those who voted and prayed for us," said Mwaure.

"I wish to call on IEBC to be firm, steadfast and resolute on its task and mandate and announce the leading winner of the presidential election."

Mwaure's bowing out leaves three candidates in the ring who are eyeing the country's top seat.
The are Azimio la Umoja's Raila Odinga, Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto and George Wajackoyah of Roots party.


William Ruto Congratulates Election Winners

Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate William Ruto has sent a congratulatory message to the coalition's aspirants who secured seats in Tuesday’s General Election.

Through his Twitter handle on Saturday, the Deputy President specially lauded the female leaders who have been elected in various capacities across the country, saying they had broken barriers.

“Congratulations to all election winners. In particular, we celebrate the many women who have broken barriers to climb the political ladder,” said Dr. Ruto.

He further wished them success in their roles, telling them: “Best wishes as you embark on your new responsibilities. Hustlers are counting on you.”

Rigging claim jolts vote count as poll team races against time

Claims of ballot stuffing and other rigging claims jolted the ongoing count of the presidential vote as attention shifted to Bomas of Kenya, the national tallying centre.

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya yesterday alleged more voters cast votes in the presidential race than any of the other five races in the Mt Kenya region, terming it an indicator of election fraud.

The coalition said the alleged rigging was most rampant in Central Kenya, a region that overwhelmingly voted for United Democratic Alliance (UDA) presidential candidate William Ruto.


IEBC Returning Officer Goes Missing

Embakasi East Constituency Returning Officer Daniel Musyoka has been officially reported missing following his disappearance on Thursday, August 11.

In a media briefing on Friday at the Bomas of Kenya, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati said the elections official was last seen at the East African School of Aviation tallying centre where he had been escorted by his bodyguard.

However, while at the tallying centre, Mr. Musyoka is reported to have excused himself to make a phone call but did not return to his workstation.

‘We’re Not Even Halfway’: IEBC Hopes To Finish Verifying Presidential Results By Tomorrow

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) now says it hopes to finish verifying the much-anticipated presidential election results by Saturday morning.

This is according IEBC Vice Chairperson Juliana Cherera, who now says Returning Officers of all the 290 constituencies have since arrived at the Bomas of Kenya which is serving as the commission's national tallying center.

Ms. Cherera, speaking in an address at Bomas on Friday night, however noted that the agents overseeing the process are not even halfway done with the verification yet, hence urging them to fasten their efforts.

Our systems are hacker-proof, says IEBC
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has moved to allay fears its systems can be compromised following disinformation spreading on social media about the fallibility of its voting technology.

In a Friday afternoon press briefing, CEO Marjan Hussein Marjan said: "There is disinformation spreading that the results portal has been compromised. We would like to assure the country that nothing like that has happened. We anticipated that people will try to hack our systems and put in place measures to secure it on all levels."


Alarm over suspicious laptop at Kenya tallying centrre

Kenya's newly re-elected lawmaker, Didmas Barasa, has surrendered to police after being on the run for three days over the shooting and killing of an opponent's aide.

IEBC Official Arrested with Several Unmarked Ballot Papers in Starehe

A Presiding Officer from one of the polling stations in Starehe Constituency has been whisked away by police from angry youth at the Jamhuri tallying center.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) official was allegedly found with an unmarked booklet of election papers in his bag while gaining access to the centre that was heavily guarded by GSU officers.

Confirming the incident, Central Police Station boss Fred Abuga said officers had to rescue the Presiding Officer from the wrath of supporters of one of the candidates in the Starehe Parliamentary race who were baying for his blood.

For the second day running, there has been drama and tension at the Jamhuri tallying center pitting supporters of Jubilee candidate Amos Mwago and those of his main rival Simon Mbugua (United Democratic Alliance – UDA) as rigging claims take a center stage

MP Didmus Barasa Seeks Bail Pending Arrest As Manhunt Continues

Lawyers representing Kimilili MP-elect Didmus Barasa have filed a petition seeking to compel the court to grant the embattled legislator bail pending his arrest.

In a letter dated August 11, 2022, Khaminwa and Khaminwa Advocates informed the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP), the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and Inspector General (IG) of Police Hillary Mutyambai of the said development.

"Take notice today that Khaminwa and Khaminwa Advocates have filed an application on behalf of Hon. Didmus Barasa for bail pending arrest. As soon as the application is heard and appropriate orders are made you will be advised accordingly by the said law firm," the letter signed by lawyer John M. Khaminwa reads in part.

Comedian Felix Odiwor, alias Jalang’o, will be the next Lang’ata Member of Parliament after he won a hotly contested race.

Mr Odiwor was running on an ODM Party ticket and garnered 38,948 votes, with his main rival, the incumbent MP Nixon Korir, collecting 36,836 votes.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has asked Kimilili MP-elect Didmus Barasa to pick his nomination certificate himself.


IEBC: Media must not declare winner before us​

Kenya's elections chief has warned the media not to announce the winner of the presidential poll before his own organisation does.
"Please don't declare anybody the winner, it is our job to declare who is the winner," IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati said on Thursday.
"This is a transparent process, you can log in and verify what's there," he said, referring to the IEBC's website

"The results in the public portal are the same results that the [electoral] commission will use to complete this process," he added.


Forms 34A: Only 63 Polling Stations Yet To Submit As IEBC Sees Finish Line
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has confirmed that they have received 99.84% of Forms 34A as at 12:30pm Thursday.

IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati, while giving the commissions' status update, explained the number means that a total of 46,156 polling stations have submitted their forms from 46,229.

He assured that the process is still ongoing and a report on their progress shall be given to the public by end of the day.

On the question of if the polling stations that voted manually managed to submit their forms through the digital platform, KEIMS kit, Chebukati noted that the commission has been furnished by all results from the regions apart from two constituencies.
EAC Observer Mission Says Kenyan Polls Were Credible Despite Misinformation On Social Media

The East African Community (EAC) team which is in the country to observe the General Election has described the Tuesday exercise as credible, save for social media misinformation.

Led by former Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete, the EAC Observer Mission on Thursday said its 52 observers deployed across the country had assessed the exercise from campaigns, delivering of polling materials, voting, up to results management at polling stations.

“Campaigns were conducted in a calm and peaceful atmosphere. Parties and candidates had the opportunity to campaign freely, although there were reports of some challenges and incidents encountered by some parties and some members, they do not reflect the whole election process,” Mr. Kikwete said.

The former Tanzanian leader who was presenting the preliminary report of the EAC Observer Mission pointed out disinformation, misinformation and hate speech on social media as some of the major challenges recorded during the election period.

He commended faith-based and civil society organisations, as well as the media in promoting peace ahead and during the polls.


Lupita Nyong'o celebrates father's win in Kenya polls
Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o has congratulated her father on winning a second and final term as governor of Kenya's Kisumu county.

Her father, Anyang Nyong'o, was announced winner on Wednesday following Kenya's general elections on Tuesday.

The Oscar-winning actor was raised in Kenya, before moving to the United States.

Nyong'o, who won a best supporting actress Oscar for 12 Years a Slave, thanked the people of Kisumu for "their overwhelming support" to her father at the polls.

Presidential provisional results as tallying continues countrywide

Presidential provisional results as tallying continues countrywide

Raila Odinga beats William Ruto in Rwanda diaspora vote
Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga casts his ballot at Old Kibra polling station in Nairobi on August 9, 2022.

The Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga has garnered more votes in Kigali, Rwanda polling station.

Form 34A seen by Nairobi news shows that Mr 0dinga gained 150 votes, representing 62.7 percent of the total votes cast.

William Ruto of UDA comes second with 81 votes, while both the Roots Party candidate Professor George Wajackoyah and the Agano party flag bearer Waihiga David Mwaure gained 4 votes each.

Only 239 voters turned out from the total 545 registered by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.

Presidential provisional results as tallying continues countrywide

CS George Magoha Changes School Reopening Date
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha announced that schools would be reopened on Monday, August 15, 2022.

In a statement on Wednesday, August 10, Magoha urged parents to ignore any prior communications that indicated schools would be reopened on August 11.

The CS stated that after consultations with the IEBC, they have been informed that the tallying exercise would last for a few days and ballots would still be moved from learning institutions that were used as polling stations.

Presidential provisional results as tallying continues countrywide

Presidential provisional results as tallying continues countrywide

Bungoma County Commissioner Samuel Kimiti has now urged embattled Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa to surrender before the police following an incident where he allegedly shot and killed his opponent’s bodyguard.

Mr. Kimiti, speaking to Citizen TV on Tuesday night, said the MP had gone into hiding soon after the incident, further urging him to also surrender his firearm.

The County Commissioner seemingly intimated to the legislator to avoid the drama that would surround his arrest should the police nab him after presumably subjecting them to a cat-and-mouse game.

The County Commissioner also urged Bungoma residents to aid the police with any information leading to Barasa’s arrest, however cautioning them against taking action on their own.

IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati revealed that voting has been closed in many of the polling stations across the country, except for a few polling stations in Kakamega, Makueni, Nairobi and Mombasa

Police in Kilgoris held three people, among them two police officers, for allegedly ferrying marked ballot papers and other election materials.

IEBC announces that the previously suspended gubernatorial elections in Kakamega and Mombasa Counties will be held on Tuesday, August 23.

IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi: At around 4 pm 12,065,803 out of 22,120,458 registered voters had cast their votes. This equates to 56.17 per cent of voter turnout excluding voting through the manual register.

The figures could point out to a historically low voter turnout. In 2017 the final turnout was 78 per cent for the General Election while in 2013, the turnout was 86 per cent. The 2007 poll had 68 per cent of the registered voters casting their ballots.

IEBC closes voting time after 11 hours of voting, with focus now turning to vote counting and tallying.

However, those in the queues at the polling stations will be given a chance to cast their votes.

Elsewhere in Dadaab Constituency, Garissa County, voting had not begun by noon and four polling stations had not been opened. IEBC stated that they are working on addressing security challenges in the area, and if the stalemate is not solved today, the polls could be conducted tomorrow.

Nakuru East MP David Gikaria Arrested

Nakuru East Member of Parliament David Gikaria has been arrested. According to Nakuru Police Commander Peter Mwanzo, the MP was arrested following an altercation at a polling station within the county.

He is being detained at the Central Police Station.

Gikaria, the incumbent MP is defending his seat on a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket in a race that has attracted four contenders.

Former Nakuru Town MP David Manyara, former Nakuru Mayor Benson Mwangi, county assembly speaker Joel Kairu, and Kanu women league coordinator Grace Karuga are among those seeking an electoral mandate to unseat the MP.

The electoral commission has announced that 6,567,869 million Kenyans had turned up to vote by 12pm on Tuesday. IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera said polls were opened at 6am in most places countrywide as well as in diaspora

Voting in diaspora is happening in 12 countries including Burundi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, South Africa, United Kingdom, Canada, USA, Qatar, UAE and Germany. Voting in diaspora will take place from 6am to 5pm at their local time.

At a press conference on Tuesday, IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera announced that 84 polling stations in Makueni county's Kibwezi West constituency had been approved to use the manual register.

Another 154 polling stations in Kakamega County, specifically in the Matungu, Mumias West, and Mumias East constituencies, will use manual registers as well.

Anti-riot police have been deployed to Rongai constituency in Nakuru county - just north-west of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, reports the BBC’s David Wafula. There was some anger because of a mix-up with the ballots for the parliamentary voteImage caption: There was some anger because of a mix-up with the ballots for the parliamentary vote

It follows a demonstration outside Mercy Njeri polling station after voting for area’s MP was suspended due to a mix-up with voting papers, he says. But the other ballots have not been disrupted, and people are still streaming in to vote, our reporter says.

Roots Party presidential candidate Prof. George Wajackoyah was not able to cast his vote at Matungu in Kakamega County after the IEBC KIEMS kit failed.

Prof. Wajackoyah turned up at the Indangalasia Primary School at around a quarter past 10 am.
No one in the polling station had cast their vote yet at the time. “We are waiting to see what happens, like they have said. They said they would give us another 11 hours and asked us to be patient,” he told voters outside the polling station.

While polling stations have opened peacefully in most parts of north-eastern Kenya, there are reports of raids and voter intimidation in some areas by al-Shabab Islamist militants. Locals along that stretch of border are refusing to talk to the media, fearing repercussions both from the jihadists and government security personnel who like to downplay militant activities, especially during an election.

In Qarsa village, residents - who spoke to the BBC on condition of anonymity - described how militants had ordered passengers onboard a truck ferrying voters to disembark and later set it on fire. They say the insurgents have been issuing warnings to locals not to take part in the election.

Vuvuzelas, songs and dance as Raila Odinga votes in Nairobi

Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga on Tuesday cast his vote at Old Kibra Primary School polling station in Nairobi.

Mr Odinga is on his fifth, and likely final, stab at the highest office in the land after unsuccessful attempts in 1997, 2007, 2013 and 2017.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has suspended Parliamentary elections for Rongai Constituency in Nakuru County after a mix-up in the ballot papers.

Nakuru County IEBC manager Joseph Mele on Tuesday morning confirmed the suspension.
At the Mercy Njeri Primary school polling station, there were missing ballot boxes and papers for the MP seat. Youth took to the streets to protest the suspension, barricading roads and burning tyres.

Uhuru’s Message to Kenyans After Voting

President Uhuru Kenyatta has expressed confidence in the electoral process after casting his vote in Gatundu South constituency, Kiambu county.

Speaking to the media after voting on Tuesday, August 9, the President stated that the process was smooth, urging Kenyans to turn up in large numbers and vote.

He also added that Kenyans should give the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) time and space to tally and announce the results.

"It is every Kenyans hope that this election will be free and fair. The process was smooth. I wasn't there for too long and the systems seemed to be working, so we just hope it continues like that for the rest of the day.

"This is a day of voting and we pray that Kenyans turn out to vote in peace and go back home to await for the results," Uhuru stated.

Uhuru arrived minutes after First Lady Margaret Kenyatta cast her vote. The Head of State is among key leaders and government officials who have already cast their vote.

Network failure has slowed down voting process in Kasarani, Chieko primary school


Voting kit fails to identify presidential running mate

Presidential running mate Rigathi Gachagua was forced to wait longer before casting his ballot after a biometric voter-identification kit couldn't recognise him.

The kits identify voters through their finger prints before they are allowed to vote.
Several attempts by Mr Gachagua - including rubbing his fingers through his hair - for his fingerprints to be recognised failed to succeed. He was however allowed to cast his ballot after being identified through the backup printed voter register.

As voting has got under way elsewhere in Kenya, some delays are being witnessed in some parts of Mombasa county on the coast. Some voters who arrived before polls were due to open three hours ago at 06:00 (3:00 GMT) are still waiting in queues.

Many arrived well before dawn, wanting to vote early. Residents from Mvita area of Mombasa city have been particularly concerned and told me of their frustration at the delay. Many have been looking at their phones to try and find out the latest information about the delays - as there were no explanations given.

But electoral officials there have just received the voting material - so the hope is that the queues will start moving soon. Voting was also slow to start at another centre in the city with gates opening half an hour late.

Section of Rongai residents in Nakuru County protest suspended Parliamentary election following missing ballot papers


President Uhuru Kenyatta and his wife Margaret Kenyatta arrive at Mutomo Primary School in Gatundu South to cast his ballot.

After Casting his vote, President said "It is every Kenyan's hope that (this election will be free and fair.) The process was smooth. I wasn't there for too long and the systems seemed to be working so we just hope it continues like that for the rest of the day.”

"This is a day of voting and we pray that Kenyans turn out to vote in peace and go back home to await for the results."

When asked if he has competitors, he said "I have no competitors."

Independent candidate Evans Kidero casts his vote at Asumbi Primary school, Homa Bay County

Ballot papers for MP race missing at Mercy Njeri Primary school in Rongai costituency, Nakuru County

Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary candidate, Hamisi Butichi, has been arrested in Ikolomani Constituency after he was caught with crude weapons at a polling station.

Butichi, who is seeking the parliamentary seat under the party associated with Deputy President William Ruto, was arrested in possession of machetes and other materials that are not supposed to be in his possession at a polling station on voting day.

Kakamega Central OCPD, Valerian Obure noted that he was held for questioning.

Agitated voters at Bhora Primary School in Westlands Constituency demand explanation over delay to start voting

The first suspension of the election day as voters in Rongai Constituency will not be able to vote for their preferred Member of Parliament (MP).

Reports indicate that the exercise was suspended indefinitely for the Parliamentary seat after a mix up occurred with ballot papers with those of Kuresoi South.

Kenya Kwanza running mate Rigathi Gachagua casts his vote at Sagana Primary school in Mathira, Nyeri County

After casting his vote, he said “The exercise so far is very peaceful and that is what we want for this country. This election is a process and life must go on. Those at home to come out and vote because they must be part of the process of defining their destiny”

Rigathi Gachagua and wife arrive at the Sagana primary school to cast their vote

Restless voters at Westlands Primary School unhappy that voting still hasn't started nearly over one hour later

  • Raila bado amelala akiamka atakuta watu wameshamaliza kazi tayari!
  • Lamu Fort polling station yet to open, despite arrival of ballot paper; residents still queuing to cast their ballot
  • Lands CS Farida Karoney queues to cast her vote at St. Georges Primary polling station
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Long queues forming at Westlands Primary as the polling station is yet to open to voters

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Nakuru Gubernatorial candidate Susan Kihika at Ngomongo Polling station, Bahati Consitutency to cast her vote

"I am happy to see that Kenyans have come out to vote. There was no reason to wait. I was excited for this day. I came out early to inspire others."

CS Fred Matiangi arrives at Manga Girls High School polling station, Nyamira County to cast his ballot.


DP Ruto arrives at Kosachei Primary School, Sugoi polling station to cast his ballot

After casting his vote, he said “I’m very happy the exercise of choosing the next leaders for the next five years is underway. Voters go vote peacefully, intentionally and deliberately. I am very confident the people of Kenya will make choices that will take our country to the future”

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Martha Karua and family arrive at Mugumo primary school in Kimunye Gichugu to cast their vote.


After casting her vote, she said “Get out and vote. It is a day to determine the direction this country takes. Make your voice heard.”

“I was redirect to another station where my name was found. I have voted and you can see the ink. Please get out and vote. It our day today to determine the direction this country takes ”

Wameanza kupiga kura Saa 12 alfajiri

-Election Day In Kenya-

AUGUST 9, 2022
The polls opened at on Tuesday in Kenya as the country gears up to elect its fifth president.

The nation's 22,120,458 registered voters will go to the polls this year to elect their next president, in a tussle that has attracted four eccentric contenders: George Wajackoyah of the Roots Party, David Mwaure of the Agano Party, William Ruto of Kenya Kwanza, and Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya.

There 7,483 eligible voters in various prisons across Kenya, and some 10,443 Kenyans in the Diaspora

The election has drawn a smattering of political parties; 63 in total, with at least 11,330 candidates running for various seats within the political parties.

The grand political contest has also drawn 3752 independent candidates vying for various seats across the country.

According to IEBC election data, 261 women are running for County MP seats across the counties, while 1,473 people are running for Member of Parliament seats.

Other candidates include 9,142 people who are running for County Assembly, while 183 and 263 people are running for Governor and Senator, respectively.

Man Shot Outside Gubernatorial Aspirant’s Office In Uasin Gishu
A middle-aged man in Eldoret is nursing gunshot wounds after being shot in an incident whose details remain unclear.

Witnesses say the man was shot outside the campaign secretariat offices of one of the Uasin Gishu gubernatorial aspirants on Monday night. The incident sparked outrage among a number of youth who milled around the area.

It took the efforts of Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi, UDA Uasin Gishu gubernatorial aspirant Jonathan Bii commonly referred to as ‘Koti Moja’ and former Uasin Gishu County speaker David Kiplagat to calm the rowdy youth.
Mgombea Urais Prof. George Wajackoyah ashindwa kupiga kura
Mgombea Urais wa Chama cha Roots nchini Kenya, Prof. George Wajackoyah ameshindwa kupiga kura baada ya vifaa vya teknolojia ya uchaguzi kushindwa kufanya kazi kwenye kituo cha kupigia kura.

Prof. Wajackoyah alifika kituoni hapo saa kumi na robo asubuhi ili kupiga kura, lakini wasimamizi walidai vifaa (Kiems) havifanyi kazi, na wameomba maelekezo kutoka kwa makao makuu.

Afisa wa IEBC amenukuliwa akiongea na Prof. Wajackoyah “Lakini tunapitia changamoto. Tatizo liko kwenye mashine, hakuna tunachoweza kufanya (sasa). Tumewasiliana na makao makuu, wakasema wanakuja. Iwapo itakuwa sawa, wapiga kura watapewa saa zao 11 kuanzia muda tutakapoanza,”
Tume Huru ya Uchaguzi na Mipaka imetoa mwongozo wa Vituo 84 katika Jimbo la Makueni, Kaunti ya Kibwezi Magharibi, vilivyoidhinishwa kutumia Usajili wa Mkono kupiga kura ikiwa Vifaa vya Mfumo wa Biometriki vitashindwa kuwatambua Wapiga Kura.

Vilevile, Vituo vingine 154 vya Kaunti ya Kakamega, hasa katika Majimbo ya Matungu, Mumias Magharibi, na Mumias Mashariki, vimeruhusiwa kutumia mfumo huo.

Mahakama iliiagiza Tume hiyo kutumia Orodha iliyochapishwa ya Wapiga Kura, pindi tu vifaa vya Kielektroniki vinapofeli bila uwezekano wa kukarabatiwa au kubadilishwa.
Wakati zoezi la Kupiga kura likiendelea nchini kote, hali ni tofauti katika Jimbo la Dadaab, lilipo katika Kaunti ya Garissa ambapo hadi saa sita mchana vituo vinne vya kupigia kura vilikuwa havijafunguliwa

Tume ya Uchaguzi (IEBC) imesema kuwa wanashughulikia kusuluhisha changamoto za kiusalama katika eneo hilo, na kama ufumbuzi hautapatikana mapema zoezi hilo litafanyika kesho.

Wapiga kura Milioni 6,567,869 wamepiga kura hadi kufikia saa 6 mchana
Wapiga kura Milioni 6,567,869 wamepiga kura hadi kufikia saa 6 mchana, idadi hiyo ni 30% tu ya wapiga kura wote wanaotarajiwa kutumia haki yao ya kikatiba leo kwenye Uchaguzi Mkuu .

Wakenya kutoka nchi 12 zikiwemo Burundi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Afrika Kusini, Uingereza, Canada, Marekani, Qatar, UAE na Ujerumani, wanapiga kura leo.

AUGUST 10, 2022

Polisi wamemtaka Mbunge wa Kimilili, Didmus Barasa kujisalimisha kabla baada ya kudaiwa kumuua mlinzi wa mpinzani wake kwa kumshambulia kwa risasi.

Inadaiwa alimfyatulia risasi mlinzi huyo katika Kituo cha Kuhesabu Kura wakati marehemu alipokuwa pamoja na Mgombea mwingine, Brian Khaemba.

Polisi wanasema baada ya tukio hilo Barasa amekimbia kujificha na hajulikani alipo huku juhudi za kumtafuta zikiendelea.

Polisi wakamata malori 2 yakidaiwa kubeba wapigakura kutoka Uganda
Polisi walinasa Malori mawili katika eneo Bunge la Endebess Kaunti ya Trans Nzoia yakidaiwa kuwabeba wapiga kura 91 kutoka Uganda kuelekea vituo mbalimbali vya kura.

Watu 65 walifanikiwa kutoroka kufuatia usaidizi wa Mbunge wa Endebess, Robert Pukose ambaye alipaza kilio cha kunyanyaswa na Maafisa hao wa Polisi.

Mbunge huyo alidai kulikuwa na njama ya kuwanyima wafuasi wake Haki yao ya kupiga kura. Pukose anatetea kiti chake kwa tiketi ya chama cha UDA na ana wapinzani kumi.

Matokeo ya awali: Ruto, Odinga wapishana kura chache
Matokeo ya uchaguzi Nchini Kenya yanaendelea kutolewa, katika nafasi ya Urais upinzani ni mkali baina ya Raila Odinga na William Ruto.

Hadi kufikia asubuhi ya leo Agosti 10, 2022, matokeo ya awali Ruto anaongoza kwa kura 1,371,689 sawa na 49.75% akifuatiwa kwa ukaribu na Odinga ambaye ana kura 1,351,271 sawa na 48.97%.

Uchaguzi Kenya: Polisi wawili na raia 1 wakamatwa na karatasi za kura zenye tiki
Polisi eneo la Kiligoris katika Kaunti ya Narok wanawashikilia Watu watatu wakiwemo Maafisa wawili wa Polisi kwa tuhuma za kusafirisha karatasi za kura zenye alama na vifaa vingine vya Uchaguzi

Kamanda wa Polisi wa Kaunti ya Narok, Kizito Mutoro amesema washukiwa walikamatwa muda wa Saa kumi na mbili na nusu jioni baada ya raia kufuatilia Gari walilolkuwa nalo na kutoa taarifa

Miongoni mwa vifaa vilivyopatikana ni sahili moja ya wapiga kura wa Gereza la Kiligoris, Madaftari 2 ya matokeo ya Uchaguzi, pakiti mbili za karatasi za kupigia kura za Urais na fomu 4 za 35c. Pia, fomu tano za 36c, sita za 34b, saba za 39b, nane za 35b, tisa za 36b na fomu kumi za 38b.

Kenya: Zoezi la kuhesabu kura labadili muda wa kufungua shule
Serikali ya Kenya imesogeza mbele muda wa kufungua shule hadi Agosti 15, 2022 badala ya Agosti 11, 2022 kama ilivyokuwa awali kwa kuwa bado mchakato wa kuhesabu kura za uchaguzi mkuu unaendelea

Waziri wa Elimu wa Kenya, George Magoha amewataka wazazi kupuuza taarifa walizopewa shuleni za kuwarejesha Watoto wao shuleni kabla ya muda huo uliotangazwa.

August 11, 2022

Wakenya waliopo Rwanda wampa kura nyingi Odinga
Mgombea Urais kupitia Azimio La Umoja, Raila Odinga amepata Kura nyingi za Wakenya walio Rwanda. Waliopiga Kura ni watu 239 kati ya 545 waliojiandikisha Nchini humo.

Odinga amepata Kura 150 sawa na 62.7%, Mpinzani wake, William Ruto wa UDA amepata Kura 81. George Wajackoyah na Waihiga David Mwaure wamepata Kura 4 kila mmoja.

Uchaguzi Kenya: Anayedaiwa kuua kwa risasi ashinda tena ubunge
Didmus Barasa amechaguliwa tena kuwa Mbunge wa Kimilili baada ya kupata kura 26,000 akimshinda mpinzani wake wa DAP-K Brian Khaemba aliyepata kura 9,000.

Barasa anadaiwa kumpiga risasi na kumuua msaidizi wa Olunga baada ya kukutana eneo la Shule ya Msingi ya Chebukwabi linatumika kuhesabu kura katika .

Akizungumzia suala hilo, Mwenyekiti wa Tume Huru ya Uchaguzi, Wafula Chebukati amesema "Mauaji ni kesi inayoshtakiwa na polisi na hadi ambapo mtu akipatikana na hatia, basi IEBC inaweza kutokuwa na uhusiano wowote na kesi hiyo".

Muigizaji wa Filamu za Hollywood, Lupita Nyong'o amempongeza baba yake kwa kushinda nafasi ya Ugavana katika Kaunti ya Kisumu Nchini Kenya katika uchaguzi mkuu wa 2022.

Anyang Nyong'o ambaye alimlea Lupita kabla ya bibie huyo kuelekea Marekani, ametangazwa kuwa mshindi leo Agosti 11, 2022.

Lupita amewashukuru watu wa Kisumu kwa kumuunga mkono baba yake katika uchaguzi huo.

Tume Huru ya Uchaguzi na Mipaka (IEBC) imemtaka aliyeshinda Ubunge wa Jimbo la Kimilili, Didmus Barasa kuchukua cheti chake cha Ushindi mwenyewe badala ya kumtuma msaidizi wake

Mbunge huyo ametoweka tangu alipodaiwa kumuua kwa risasi Msaidizi wa Mpinzani wake Brian Olunga, usiku wa Agosti 9. Tokea wakati huo Maafisa wa Upelelezi wamekuwa wakimsubiri ajisalimishe kituo kilicho karibu nae

Hata hivyo akiwa mafichoni, amewashukuru wakazi wa Kimilili kwa kumchagua tena kupitia mtandao wa Twitter.

Zoezi la kukusanya kura za Uchaguzi Mkuu wa Urais kupitia Fomu 34A limekamlika kwa 99.89% hadi kufikia Saa 10:00 Jioni ya Agosti 11, 2022.

Mwenyekiti wa Tume Huru ya Uchaguzi na Mipaka (IEBC), Wafula Chebukati amesema kura zimekusanywa katika vituo 46,180 kati ya 46,229.

Anaamini zoezi litakamilika kufikia jioni ya leo kabla ya kukamilisha kila kitu kesho Agosti 12, 2022.

Agosti 12, 2022

Mwenyekiti wa Kamati ya Makabidhiano ya Madaraka ya Urais, Joseph Kinyua amesema tarehe ya Kuapishwa Rais Mteule, itatangazwa rasmi kuwa Sikukuu ya Umma

Mwenyekiti huyo pia ametaja Majukumu yatakayosomamiwa na Kamati hiyo kuwa ni:

1. Kuwezesha mchakato wa Makabidhiano ya Ofisi kati ya Rais anayemaliza muda na Rais Mteule
2. Kuandaa Usalama wa Rais Mteule
3. Kupanga wafanyakazi na vifaa kama inavyohitajika na Rais Mteule
4. Kuandaa Taarifa Fupi ya Rais Mteule na Maafisa mbalimbali wa Serikali Mpya
5. Kuandaa Hafla ya Kuapishwa Rais Mteule

Mamlaka ya Kamati hiyo yataanza punde Tume ya Uchaguzi ikimtangaza rasmi Rais Mteule.

Sintofahamu imeripotiwa kutokea katika Ukumbi wa kuhakiki kura za Urais Bomas, baada ya Kompyuta Ndogo kuingizwa ukumbini huko na mtu ambaye hadi sasa hajajulikana.

Upande wa Azimio ulipinga kuwepo kwa Kompyuta hiyo ambayo hadi sasa haijatambuliwa na kusababisha mzozo, uliopelekea kusitishwa kwa mchakato wa uhakiki wa Kura huku suluhu ikitafutwa.

Aidha, Wanahabari wametolewa nje ya ukumbi huku maafisa wa Tume ya Uchaguzi (IEBC) wakiongozwa na Prof. Abdi Guliye wakiitisha mkutano wa dharura na Mawakala hao.

August 15, 2022

Mgombea Urais Nchini Kenya kupitia Chama cha Roots, Profesa George Wajackoyah amedai kuwa bado anaamini ana nafasi ya ushinda Urais na anachosubiri ni matokeo rasmi yatangazwe na Tume Huru ya Uchaguzi na Mipaka (IEBC).

Licha ya kuwa matokeo ya awali yanaonesha mgombea wa Kenya Kwanza, William Ruto na mgombea wa Azimio, Raila Odinga ndiyo wanaochuana mbele ya Wajackoyah na mgombea wa Agano, David Mwaure, bado Profesa huyo anaamini yeye ndiye Rais ajae wa Kenya.

William Ruto ashinda kiti cha Urais

Tume ya Uchaguzi Huru na Mipaka (IEBC) imemtangaza aliyekuwa Naibu Rais, William Ruto (55) kuwa Rais Mteule wa Awamu ya Tano kwa tiketi ya Chama cha UDA kufuatia Uchaguzi Mkuu uliofanyika Agosti 9, 2022.

Tume imesema Ruto amepata Kura 7,176,141 sawa na asilimia 50.49 huku akifuatiwa na Raila Odinga kutoka Chama cha Azimio la Umoja aliyepata 48. 85% ya kura

Mwenyekiti wa IEBC, Wafula Chebukati ametangaza matokeo hayo baada ya siku sita za kuyasubiri tangu siku iliyopigwa kura, Agosti 9, 2022.

Ruto amewashinda wagombea wenzake ambao ni Raila Odinga, mgombea wa Chama cha Agano, David Waihiga ambaye Agosti 14 alitangaza kushindwa, pamoja na Profesa George Wajackoyah wa Chama cha Roots.

William Ruto (UDA)
7,176,121 Votes

Raila Odinga (AZIMIO)
6,942,930 Votes

George Wajackoyah (RPK)
61,969 Votes

David Waihiga (AGANO)
31,987 Votes
Labda huo uchaguzi usiwe wa maigizo, kama demokrasia ikiheshimiwa ruto anashinda mapema tu, ila kama uchaguzi utakuwa wa magumashi kwa kuwa aliyepo kitini anampigia kampeni yule mwingine akiamua kufanya manuva atafanya tu kwa kuwa nguvu bado anazo. Demokrasia aiachwe ichukue mkondo wake

Voting has ended at Kenya High Commission in Canberra, Australia.

All 423 Kenyans have voted, (100% Turnout) and the polling officials had no otherwise but to count the votes.

√Raila Odinga - 98
√ William Ruto - 319
√ Waihiga Mwaure - 0
√ George Wajackoyah - 6

Congratulations William Samoei Ruto. Mungu Mbele!!

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