, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 22 – The National Super Alliance on Saturday took its campaigns to the Coast just a few days after the ruling Jubilee Party was on the trail there.
NASA was expected to hold rallies in Hola of Tana River county and Lamu county as the Jubilee Party headed North to Mandera and Wajir.
With only 16 days to the General Election, the campaigns are in high gear as the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission sets about the final plans.
On Thursday, the Court of Appeal ruled that the IEBC could go ahead with its plans to have the presidential ballots printed by Dubai firm Al Ghurair.
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The High Court on the other hand, on Friday, ruled that even if the electronic system of identifying voters and transmitting results fails, there will be no postponement of the polls with the manual backup system put in place coming into play.
There are also several observer groups in the country including from the European Union and African Union.
The AU mission to Kenya is led by former South African President Thabo Mbeki and includes AU Chair Moussa Faki.