Chebukati respond on why media is airing different presidential figures

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairperson Wafula Chebukati has guaranteed Kenyans pretty much nothing remains to be stressed over the various outcomes being gushed by TV stations.

Talking at Bomas of Kenya on Thursday, August 11, Chebukati made sense of that the IEBC conceded media houses admittance to the entryway to permit them count the outcomes after surveys shut on Tuesday, August 9.

Notwithstanding, as indicated by the discretionary body chief, media houses decided to work autonomously, illuminating their various outcomes.

Chebukati noticed that every media is getting to the outcome structures at various times and utilizing its own models and sequencing in counting and communicating something very similar to the general population.

A file image of Chebukati
A file image of Chebukati

“They are obtain the outcomes from a similar gateway. Before long the figures will peruse something similar.

“We trust media houses will wind up with similar figures. The first aim was that media houses would have a consortium report of the advancement of political decision results from one source. Notwithstanding, media houses selected to do it autonomously,” Chebukati expressed.

He, notwithstanding, told the public that the last announcement of the outcomes will be finished by the public Returning Officer, as legally necessary.

“We trust the outcomes at media houses will appear to be comparable in light of the fact that they are from a similar entrance,” he expressed.

IEBC marked a MOU with media on March 4, 2022, to team up to give objective inclusion of communicating results.

Chebukati expressed that Returning Officers had started showing up at the Bomas of Kenya and the transferring of Form 34A was at 99.84 percent addressing 46,156 surveying stations.

“Results remembering for regions which utilized manual elector register have all communicated all the structure 34 As with the exception of two in Malava,” Chebulati expressed.

“We will attempt to report the outcomes quickly and I need to say thanks to Kenyans for practicing patient as you hang tight for the outcomes,” he added.