- NASA has been warned not to announce their own results before the IEBC does
- The Communication Authority (CA) says even media houses planning to do so will be violating the law
- CA has also said it will not shut down the internet during and after elections
- NASA will set its own parallel tallying centre to tabulate results
The National Super Alliance (NASA) has been advised on when it should announce its own presidential results after the Tuesday, August 8 General Election.
The Communication Authority (CA) on Monday, July 17, also released guidelines on who and how the results shall be transmitted.
CA boss Francis Wangusi said the NASA coalition should wait until after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has announced presidential results to announce their own.
Wangusi also warned media houses planning to release results ahead of IEBC.
“We are reminding media houses toying with the idea of releasing results ahead of IEBC to stop, IEBC is the official body charged with releasing the official results," Wangusi said.
NASA has declared it will have its parallel tallying centre to tabulate all presidential results to curb what they say is rigging.
Wangusi further assured Kenyans that the internet will not be shut down during and after elections and revealed four telecommunication companies will be used to transmit results.
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