IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba Watches NASA Supporters Protest Outside Anniversary Towers

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) CEO Ezra Chiloba was on Tuesday captured watching NASA protesters from his office window.

In a video taken from his office, Chiloba is seen peeping as the supporters demonstrate outside the Anniversary Towers.

The protesters camped outside the electoral body's headquarters with placards while chanting “Chiloba must go”.

In an interview during the demonstrations, the CEO maintained that he would not resign even as the Opposition piles pressure on IEBC officials to quit ahead of the presidential election.

“I have not thought of resigning. We have to learn to build institutions for the long term. Kenyans have a right to protest but we are in office doing what is mandated of us. The question is whether the stakeholders want crucial matters resolved," he stated.

Chiloba further dismissed reports that IEBC ICT Director James Muhati had been suspended maintaining that he was still in office.

He further noted that the Commission was carrying out investigations to establish who had been leaking internal memos which have severally found themselves in the media.

The CEO affirmed that the Commission had not changed its plans of having Dubai-based Al Ghurair firm print the October 26 ballot papers.

He also confirmed that the body would still use the same KIEMS kits used in August polls adding that they were in the process of reconfiguring them.

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