The group says the IEBC managed to conduct a free fair and credible voting process and is looking forward to the tallying process.
Led by its head of delegation, Robert Foulser, the group has commended the electronic voter system terming it as a great step that will ripen the country’s democracy.
“The KIEM system was quite efficient and has seen an efficient and effective voting process which is much better compared to 2013,” Robert said.
However, the group has raised concern over violation of electoral law curbing aspirants from campaigning 48 hours to the election.
– LEWIS NYAUNDI REPORTS