4 years ago

Parliamentary Electoral Process In Kenya

The electoral process in Kenya is conducted by the independent electoral and boundaries commission which is headed by Isaac Hassan and it conducts election after every five years unless in the instances that a by election is announced for a certain parliamentary seat. The following steps describe the parliamentary electoral process in Kenya:

Registration of voters

Kenyan citizens who have the required voter registration documents are given a chance to register as voters in their given constituencies. The qualified voters are then given votes cards which are kept safely for  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Functions Of IEBC In Kenya

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries commission is an independent body charged with conducting free, fair and transparent elections. It is charged with all matters pertaining elections according to the law.  Ahmed Isaac Hassan is the current chairman. Here are some of its functions;

Supervising elections

It is charged with ensuring that elections are undertaken according to expectances. The body provides the necessary equipments needed for supervision. The equipments also include security to make that there is no disputes experienced. They make sure there are no i  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Outcomes Of The Post Election Violence In Kenya

The post election violence in kenya had very many effects to the people of the country.The following are some of the outcomes that came from the elctions.


Many innocent kenyans lost alot of lives as they were attacked and killed by peopple from other communities that belived that they voted for the wrong type of leader.Several wars took place that saw alot of blood being spilled and many other innocent kenyans being killed in the entire process.Alot of lives were hence lost from the process.

Property Destruction

Apart from just people being killed,  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Fall Out During ODM Party Elections Addressed By ODM Party Leader, Raila Odinga

The ODM Party leader, Raila Odinga addressed Press Conference immediately after the failed Orange Democratic Movement Party elections on Friday 28, February, 2014. The ODM leader apologized to all ODM members in Kenya for the fall out during the much awaited elections. Raila Odinga said that there should be no speculations made over what happened, but the room for investigations should be left, which will commence immediately.

The Secretary General of ODM, Professor Anyang` Nyong`o, the two main opponents for the Secretary General seat in ODM, Ababu Namwamba and Agnes Zani and the p  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

2014 ODM Party Elections Paralyzed And Postponed Until Further Notice

The elections of ODM party were characterized with riots and ballot papers were destroyed today, 28th February, 2014. The delegates of ODM party had convened from all over the country at Kasarani Gymnasium in Nairobi (Currently known as Safaricom Kasarani Stadium) in the morning and the elections were set to start at 2.00 pm. 

The elections of ODM party had kicked off with several guest speakers, among which Secretary General of ODM Professor Anyang` Nyong`o, had addressing the delegates. There were still differences and indecisiveness in which mode was to be used to conduct th  Continue reading ...

4 years ago

Contacts Of Independent Boundaries And Electoral Commission (IEBC) In Kenya

Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission in Kenya is located in Anniversary Towers on Univiversity Way in Nairobi.

The postal address of Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission is P.O. Box 45371-00100, Nairobi.

The email address of IEBC in Kenya is info@iebc.co.ke.

The telephone contacts of Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission (IEBC) are (020)2769000, (020)2877000 and (020)2222072.

The twitter handle of Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission in Kenya is @iebcpage.Continue reading ...

5 years ago

How The Digital Migration Will Affect Kenyans

Residents of the city of Nairobi have faced an analogue television switch off scare since late last one in 2012. The high court of Kenya however suspended this switch off until after the general elections which were held in March 2013. The court in Kenya asked the Consumer Federation of Kenya (CoFEK) and the Communication Commission of Kenya to deliberate and agree on a suitable date for the switch off of analogue television sets.

A concern was raised as regards the switch off that had been slated for December 2012. Only ten percent of Kenyan television owners have acquired the digi  Continue reading ...