Kenya: Poll Boss Probes Vote Rigging Claims

The electoral commission's Issack Hassan has written to civil service head Francis Kimemia seeking an explanation for the alleged involvement of public servants in partisan campaigning, an offense punishable by up to six years in prison.

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IEBC chairman Isaack Hassan has written Head of the Civil Service and Internal Security PS Francis Kimemia over public servants' alleged involvement in election campaigns (file photo).

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