Mac Manu expertise in electronic voting caused Kenya debacle – Ziblim Iddi

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Mr-Peter-Mac-ManuInternational Relations expert, Dr Ziblim Iddi, suspects that the Campaign Manager of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) during the 2016 elections was recently refused entry into Kenya as an elections observer because of his expertise in the electronic voting system.

Dr Iddi, who is also MP for Gushegu in the Northern Region, says Mr Peter Mac Manu’s expertise, coupled with the fact that he was arriving in Kenya on the invitation of the opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) may have caused fear in the camp of the ruling Jubilee Party, led by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Kenya is adopting the electronic transmission of votes in this year’s elections following key electoral reforms that begun after chaotic elections five years ago.



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