Narc-Kenya Party leader Martha Karua has advised the civil society to compel the electoral body Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to be more transparent on fears of repeat poll as occasioned in 2017 elections.
Karua further asked the society to inquire on the report of the fouls that led to the nullification of the previous elections by IEBC. The Azimio running mate said once the civil group will seek to find these answers, the credibility of the forthcoming elections will be achieved.
The former Gichugu MP on Friday met the representative of the civil society in Nairobi.
Karua outlined her coalitions Manifesto which recorded in detail matters concerning the economy, debts of the Country and good leadership, stating that Azimio will work very hard to end Corruption and ensure that public money has been invested in projects that will benefit Kenyans.
She further stated that the Raila-led Camp considers the August 9 polls winnable, adding that they are going to work so hard to increase the gap because there is a threshold that makes an election unopposed, like in the year 2002
Martha also added that country’s governance system has to be fixed for the economy to improve where she elucidated that good governance not only emanates from those in power but every Kenyan citizen.