Category Archives: AfriCOG in the news

READY… OR NOT? The Register of Voters – Where We Are One Week Ahead of Election Day

As the gateway to the ballot box, voter registration and the resulting Register of Voters is a highly sensitive and vital part of…
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IEBC on the spot over elections preparedness – Nation Media

The electoral commission is on the spotlight over its preparedness to hold credible elections with only 19 days to go even as it…
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AfriCOG asks court to compel IEBC publish voters list – Nation Media

https://youtu.be/j3F0OLcfLQk   Africa Centre for Open Governance (Africog) director Gladwell Otieno has moved to court seeking to have the electoral agency compelled to…
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Compel IEBC to allow public scrutiny of voters register, activist tells court – The Star

A new legal challenge aimed at forcing the IEBC to open the voters register for scrutiny has been launched at the High court.…
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AfriCOG wants IEBC ordered to open up voters roll for scrutiny – Capital FM

By RACHEAL MBURU, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 18 – AfriCOG Executive Director Gladwell Otieno now wants the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission compelled by…
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IEBC sued over voters’ register – The Star

The electoral commission faces a fresh legal hurdle after an activist petitioned the High Court to compel the IEBC to open the voters’…
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Activist Gladwell Otieno sues IEBC for failing to make voters’ roll public – Standard

The electoral commission has been dragged to court for failing to make public the voters' register. The petitioner, Gladwell Otieno, the founder and…
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Securing the 2017 General Elections

KNCHR Statement on Securing the 2017 General Elections
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Harsh verdict delivered against ICC

Civil society organisations have blamed the International Criminal Court (ICC) for succumbing to political pressure and recommend that it should be restructured. The…
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AfriCOG asks Kenyans what they think of corruption levels in various ministries

1% of Kenyans believe that corruption is prevalent at the office of the Deputy President while 46% feel that it thrives in the…
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