This is very basic stuff. Surely one of the minimum steps required for transparency in the administration of Kenya’s election.
And who in good faith can be against that?
I will have more to say about Kenya’s 2017 election eventually, after I finally get the public records I am due from USAID from my 2015 request regarding our assistance in the administration of the 2013 election.
[To be direct I have heard contradictory things–all hearsay–about what role the U.S. did or did not play in the KIEMS acquisition. I just do not know. Likewise the role of other donors.]
Good faith left the building many years ago! Having learned last October that Godec had obviously been actively hostile to me and had apparently made sure that my ideas for enhancing security were sidelined or buried the acceptance by the US of these mismanaged and botched elections is not much of a surprise. $30 million thrown away on this IEBC…
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