By Roncliff Odit
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are maintaining that the distribution of Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits has been done in a free and fair manner.
IEBC Ruiru Constituency Coordinator Leonard Njenga is asking Kenyans to ignore the claims being propagated by some quarters but instead turn up in large numbers and register as voters.
Njenga maintains that the 2 BVR kits distributed in each of the 8 wards in Ruiru is enough for the month-long exercise.
He however lamented the low turnout and called on area resident to come out in large numbers and register as voters, sentiments that have been echoed by the IEBC national office in Nairobi.
The nationwide mass voter registration drive that kicked off on Monday the 15th targets 4 million new voters ahead of the August 2017 polls.