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29th October 2017 - DAY 4 The head of Election Commission, Chebakuti defends the results coming out have not been manipulated. The verification process is transparent. Analysts believe that only 40% voting took place so therefore figures do not tally as they are being announced from the BOMA, where the IEBC, is based during this poll period. Observers have been indoors at their hotels while violence has been spreading through the country. Opposition strong holds residents have chosen not to vote for which polls were did not take place in those areas. Kenyan’s await IEBC’s repeat poll tally.
29th October 2017 - DAY 4 The head of Election Commission, Chebakuti defends the results coming out have not been manipulated. The verification process is transparent. Analysts believe that only 40% voting took place so therefore figures do not tally as they are being announced from the BOMA, where the IEBC, is based during this poll period. Observers have been indoors at their hotels while violence has been spreading through the country. Opposition strong holds residents have chosen not to vote for which polls were did not take place in those areas. Kenyan’s await IEBC’s repeat poll tally.
Press Statement: Harare, 9 October 2017 Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has castigated the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Dr Lazarus Dokora, accusing him of worsening the crisis in the education sector by imposing policies which are not user friendly.
26th October 2017 - ELECTION DAY 1 Heavy Police & armed forces were seen through the re run election day in Kenya. Some skirmishes in different parts of the country were also reported. The authorities have been calm & seen engaging with public without using any heavy handedness but dialogue.
Sierra Leone's opposition candidate Julius Maada Bio has won the presidential run-off. The People's Party presidential candidate won 51.81 percent of votes cast in the March 31 poll. His challenger, Samura Kamara, a former foreign affairs minister garnered 48.19 percent.
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