IEBC officials inspect ballot boxes at Muguru ACK Church hall ahead of their use at a Kangema polling station in the March 4, 2013 general elections. /JESSE MWANGI
The actual polling stations with poor network signal for transmitting results. May mean a relative delay
IEBC lists 11,000 polling stations without network coverage and explains how results will be transmitted.
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has released a list of 11,115 poling stations which lack network coverage – The areas lack 3G, 4G or GSM network needed to transmit the results to tallying centres – IEBC has directed the presiding officers to move to areas with network to transmit the results vis satelitte devices The electoral body announced that the polling stations in several counties in the country lack 4G,3G or GSM coverage needed to transmit the results to tallying centres.
The presiding officers in the 11,115 polling stations out of the 40,883 stations will be required to move to areas with network to send the results to tallying centres.
View PDF :POLLING STATIONS WITHOUT 3G COVERAGE AS PER MNO-ASSIGNED ZONES