16 November 2012
Kenya: Tight Security Ahead of Voter Registration
By Nicholas Wamalwa
Security has been intensified in Trans Nzoia county ahead of the voter registration process slated for next week. Trans Nzoia county commissioner Charity Chepkonga said all security agencies will be alert to ensure the process start and ends well.
She was speaking yesterday at the Kitale show ground after receiving the 311 BVR kits for the five constituencies of Trans Nzoia county.
Saboti constituency electoral coordinator Hussein Ngure said they will train the registration clerks in two phases. He said 622 clerks have been recruited and half of them have already been trained during the first phase. Hussein said the remaining clerks started their training yesterday.
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