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Police and IEBC are ready for Monday elections

28 February 2013, 08:29

Nairobi - The Standard reports the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and National Police Service have said that they are well prepared ahead of the polls.

Inspector General David Kimaiyo yesterday warned of zero tolerance policy for any one trying to disrupt the exercise adding that they had mobilised 99,900 officers to provide security during the elections.

He said that no voter will be allowed to hang around a polling station after casting his or her ballot and also warned political parties against allowing their supporters to cluster around voting venues. 

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