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REPUBLIC OF KENYA IN THE SUPREME COURT OF KENYA AT NAIROBI Petitions Nos 3, 4 and 5 of 2013 REPORT OF THE SCRUTINY OF 33,400 POLLING STATIONS.
Pursuant to the orders made by the Supreme Court on the 25th March 2013,the Judiciary conducted a scrutiny of Form 34 and Form 36 which were used by the IEBC in tallying of the 33,400 polling stations in the country including the form 34 used by IEBC in tallying the Diaspora votes. Due to the stringent time frame, the exercise was carried out within a period of three days.
The following are the general findings:
1. Out of 33,400 polling stations more than 18,000 polling stations were scrutinized.
2. Form 34s were missing in some of the polling stations including the following:
Kilifi North, Kapenguria, Loima, Magarini, Matuga, Narok West, Kurosoi South, Likuyani, Kabondo Kasipul, Mwingi North
3. Aggregate results of Form 36 registered voters from 75 constituencies were missing. Some of the discrepancies observed include the following:
Mvita – No aggregate provided for votes cast.
Kinango – Registered voters inserted by hand.
Ganze – Contains two form 36. Registered voters inserted by hands.
Isiola South – Copy of the first form, Registered voters not indicated.
Maara – Form not serialized.
Mathioya – Two form 36 but for votes cast are similar, Registered voters entered manually and stamped, 2nd form 36 does not indicate registered number of voters.
Githunguri – Two forms 36 with different number of votes cast, second form has a value of 72987 for votes cast. Second form does not indicate number of registered voters, while the first form registered voters.
Laikipia West – Two form 36 no able to verify votes cast.
Malava – Incomplete, figure for registered voters handwritten.
Mt. Elgon – No registered voter aggregate.