Form 34 As; Presidential Polls for Raila Odinga and William Ruto per County and Region
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, IEBC has confirmed that 92.97% of form 32 As for the 2022 presidential polls have already been received.
Only a handful of Form 34As are yet to reach the IEBC headquarters.
Already 42, 980 polling stations out of 46, 229 have submitted the forms for the 2022 presidential polls.
The figures being aired on mainstream media containing results for Raila Odinga and William Ruto are therefore provisional since the IEBC is yet to announce the final results.
IEBC List of Submitted Form 34As per County and Region
- Rift Valley Region-Nandi County- 70.5%
- Eastern Region- Kitui County-69.9%
- Rift Valley Region-Elgeyo Marakwet- 67.75%
- Rift Valley Region-Bomet County- 66.5%
- Rift Valley Region-Kericho County- 66.5
- North Eastern Region- Mandera County-0.81%
- North Eastern Region-Isiolo County-14,76%
- North Eastern Region- Garissa County-17.71%
- North Eastern Region-Wajir County-10.16%
42,980 polling stations out of 46,229 had submitted the forms as of Wednesday morning.
IEBC however clarified, during the launching of the national tallying center on Tuesday, that the forms are only for the presidential tallies.
The commission further noted that they do not have the physical copies of the form 34A’s as the submissions were received as images from County Returning Officers (CROs).
Presiding officers in all polling stations were needed to first take photos of their from 34A’s using the KEIMS kit and they transfer that image in a three-way transmission:
It starts from the constituency Returning Officer then to the County Returning Officer then to the National Portal which is at the IEBC nerve center at the Bomas of Kenya
Source; Citizen Digital
According to citizen digital, Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa has allegedly shot and killed an opponent’s aide.
Police officers stationed in Bungoma County have launched a manhunt for the MP.
Mr. Khaemba, who is seeking to unseat Didmus Barasa on a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket allegedly went to the Chebukwabi polling station at 6:00 P.M. to witness the counting of votes.
In an unlikely turn of events, Mr. Khaemba bumped into the incumbent and decided to leave a few minutes after his arrival.
Mr. Khaemba headed towards his car but, according to a police report seen by Citizen Digital, “Didmus Barasa followed him in company of four men and ordered them not to allow him (Mr. Brian Khaemba) to leave…”
The aspiring MP’s driver, one Joshua Nasokho, is however said to have defied Barasa’s order and ignited the vehicle.
“Didmus Barasa withdrew a pistol and aimed at Mr Khaemba’s aide namely Brian Olunga and shot him on the forehead where he profusely bled,” read the police report.
“He was rushed to Kimilili Sub-County Hospital where he succumbed while undergoing treatment. Scene visited by the police accompanied by Scenes of Crime Personnel from Bungoma County, where the scene was processed and documented.”
The body of the deceased is still at the said hospital, pending transfer to the Delight Funeral Home.