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26th October 2017 - Thursday Kenyans head to the polls once again after the August 8th elections. The mood is not as energetic as it was then but voters apathy and violence in strong holds of opposition has been reported. Securrity forces are on high alert.
NUMBER OF UNREGISTERED VOTERS CONTINUE TO INCREASE Numbers are rising each day for unregistered voters according to Zimbabwe election commissions (ZEC), end of day reports. The number stands at 44,081 persons who have been turned away from voter registration centers across the country as at close of business on 7th November 2017. Reasons for being turned away, include but are not limited to persons being perceived as ‘aliens’, not having proof of residence, defaced identity documents or being under age.
The Supreme Court failed to hear a case about Kenya Elections today for lack of quorum. Elections is to go ahead as planned for the 26th October 2017. Meanwhile Oppositions Raila Odinga addresses a rally this afternoon planned at Uhuru Park & has asked their supporters to attend in numbers for the crucial announcement to be made by the party, The National Super Alliance (NASA).
DAY 2 - 27th October 2017 The IEBC, has called off a repeat Presidential poll in Kisumu today after rights groups, activists, opposition & church leaders pressured the commission to re - think on having polls tomorrow Saturday 28th October 2017. Residents are adamant on a choice of using their voting right but in this cae they are not prepared until reforms are made by IEBC Commission.
25th October 2017 Kenya's Uhuru, addressed the nation from the state house on the eve of re - run of elections asking all Kenyan's to unite for the prosperity of the country. He urged all Kenyan's to come out and vote as they did previously in August 2016.
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