Kenya Elections 2017

FINAL PREDICTIONS on Kenya Elections 2017 – Raila 5O.75%, Uhuru 48.03%

This article first appeared at Kachwanya.com. In the course of this electioneering period, we at KachTech Media (owners of Kachwanya.com and Chetenet.com) have made three predictions in regards to Kenya Elections 2017. The first prediction was done by Kennedy Kachwanya in the article Talking Numbers -Jubilee 70%+1 Vs NASA 10 Million Strong, then Odipo Riaga made

The 4G/3G network coverage hitch affecting 11,155 polling stations was artificially created

Following an earlier statement by IEBC that there are 11,155 polling stations across the country without 3G/4G network coverage, Kenyans on Twitter including me demanded from IEBC to publish the entire list of all affected polling stations. The IEBC has since responded and provided this link.   The actual polling stations with poor network signal

Something is not adding up with the IEBC list of polling stations that lack 4G/3G networks

There are 40,883 polling stations spread across the country. Earlier today, IEBC released a statement indicating that 11,155 of the polling stations do not have 4G/3G network coverage. The statement by the IEBC has elicited on outrage on Twitter, with many questioning why the IEBC is releasing the statement right now – merely a day

6 piece voting

Do not opt for 6 piece voting, opt for 4 piece plus 2 piece instead

Today and tomorrow are days provided by IEBC for Kenyans to deeply reflect before casting their votes on 8th August 2017. Although Kenyans are supposed to use this time to reflect before making up their minds on who to vote for, 99.9% of those who will show up in polling stations on Tuesday have already

Healthymagination

14 social enterprises have been selected for the 2nd healthymagination Programme

The healthymagination Mother and Child Programme announces its second cohort of social enterprises that will receive training and mentorship aimed at improving and accelerating maternal and/or child health outcomes in Africa. The programme – launched in March 2016 by GE and Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship – aims to continue to accelerate health innovations in