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After a cancelled election in 2017, and the upheaval at the HQ of the electoral commission in 2022, will Kenya’s next slate of election administrators be able to deliver on the promise of democracy? A series of unsolved murders and threats against the life of the outgoing chairperson of the commission suggest the road will be a long one.
The tenure of long-serving Kenyan electoral commission boss Wafula Chebukati has come to an end. As he left, he called on President William Ruto to form a commission of inquiry to probe into allegations of high level state manipulation of the 2022 presidential election. This has the president convinced of “horrible” plans that he claims would have ended Chebukati’s life.
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