We have since detailed how Kenyans, among other people, can access and download forms 34A, and 34B from the IEBC website. These forms are important because their access to the IEBC portal ensures that there is some form of transparency as the counting process, mainly for the presidential results continues.
Form 34A is used to record results from polling stations.
Form 34B is used to combine all numbers from various polling stations, and then classify them under the constituency level.
Form 34C is the one that has all the information about Forms 34B. This is the document that will be used by the IEBC to declare the president.
99.95 percent of Forms 34A have been uploaded by the IEBC on the portal.
Garissa County is yet to submit two of the 559 Form 34A forms. This is the same case for Kakamega County.
Nandi, Narok, and Tana River Counties have not submitted one each to conclude the process.
As of this writing, 88.35 percent of Forms 34B have been submitted.
Here are the counties that are yet to file finish this submission:
- Bungoma – one more form to go
- Garissa – three more to go
- Homa Bay – one more form to go
- Kajiado – two more to go
- Kisii – one more form to go
- Kisumu – two more forms to go
- Mandera – one more form to go
- Nairobi – four more Form 34B to go
- Narok – three more forms to go
- Nyamira – one more form to go
- Tana River – two more forms to go
- Vihiga – two more forms to go
- Wajir – two more forms to go
- West Pokot – one more form to go