EU Faults Kenyan Government For Failure To Cooperate To Release Observer Mission Findings


The European Union (EU) observer mission has accused the Kenyan government of refusing to cooperate with them to present their election report on the October 26 elections.

The head of delegation Marietje Schaake said that she was forced to read the report at the EU parliament as required by the guidelines of the EU observer missions.

Read: US Ambassador to Kenya Recalled, NASA and Jubilee Feud Blamed

In her report she noted that there was an a alarming lack pf trust between the IEBC  and the opposition and other stakeholders.

She however praised the IEBC as she said that the made ardent efforts to ensure that the election was transparent,but setting up good structures.

The EU observers also noted intimidation of Independent institutions such as the IEBC and Judiciary by politicians from both the government and the opposition.

Marietje Schaake called on Kenyans to push for electoral reforms, Institutional resilience inclusive legal reforms improved ICT arrangements and IEBC oversight.

She also recommended for the review of electoral systems to promote women participation and inclusivity.

However Ambassador to Belgium and the European Union Johnson Weru has called out the observer mission of releasing the 2017 report saying that they had contravened the agreement signed between the union and the government.

Do you have a story you want told? Do you know of a sensitive story you would like us to get our hands on? Email your news TIPS to

Written by Merxcine Cush

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


NASA Senators Walk Out Of Senate Roads Committee Session, Accuse UhuRuto Of Blocking Their Election


Davido Makes Sh143 Million From Concert, Gifts Self With Sh24 Million Bentley (Photos)