IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba who became famous after the NASA coalition called to his resignation for being pro Jubilee and Uhuru’s re-election was before the Parliamentary Accounts committee.
He was to explain the amounts of money that raised questions during the 2013 elections. he admitted that the commission paid Sh.50 million for transport of IEBC materials even though the figures were inflated.
He also admitted that the South African firm Face technologies that supplied the kits that failed to work during the 2013 elections were also still paid.
The BVR Kits that were to be used for identification of voters through finger prints and were supplied failed to work during that period and the IEBC officials to revert to the manual methods of identification.
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