The National Election Watch has released a situational analysis of their reports filed in by their observers circulating around at polling centres nationwide, on elections day on June 24th.
According to their report, there were primarily reports of late opening of polling centres , followed by missing data of seemingly valid voters with registered slips but whose names were not found on the voting register and the unavailability of validation stamps in some centres.
The report mentioned one incident of the arrest of a person with ballot papers in Makeni.
The report further outlined the inclusion of women in the voting process, protection of the privacy of voters, access to all polling stations by the electoral commission’s validated bodies.
Their report points out an eighty-nine percent presence of security forces.
The electioneering process, specifically the tallying of polling centres results, continues today at regionally designated offices of the electoral commission.