LIVE: Jubilee Party nominations
11:03am: Kajiado North MP Joseph Manje and his Kajiado West counterpart Moses Ole Sakuda have all demanded for an explanation from Jubilee on what is going on.
11:02am: 8 choppers are on standby as part of Jubilee back up to respond to emergency cases like shortage of ballot papers -Tuju.
11:01am: In Mweru secondary school, only 650 ballot papers were delivered yet there are 1,468 voters. Women have blocked everyone from voting until the issue is resolved.
10:59am: All postponements can only be confirmed at the headquarters. We have not done any – Raphael Tuju.
10:47am: Runyenjes MP Cecily Mbarire together with her Manyatta counterpart John Muchiri and their supporters storm Kirimari secondary school where ballot materials are being supplied from and bar they are dispatched. They claim the papers were tampered with, reports Charles Wanyoro.
10:56am: Former cabinet secretary Joseph ole Lenku and other aspirants complain at Oloolaiser secondary school in Kajiado North. They have asked voters to return home citing frustrations from delay of voting material.
10:55am: Raphael Tuju: I cannot say that I’m happy. There have been too many hitches.
10:54am: Suleiman Mbatiah reporting of chaotic scenes at the Old Town Hall, Nakuru Town East over the use of 2013 IEBC register.
10:48am: Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju is currently addressing a press conference on the massive delays reported in parts of Rift Valley and Central.
10:47am: Police officers in Laikipia County are calming down voters at AC primary School after chaos erupted. Some names starting with letters M and N are missing in voters register.
10:44am: Laikipia county aspirants are holding a crisis meeting. Gubernatorial aspirants want the exercise postponed.
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