Hatutaki kuwa vifaranga wa kompyuta-Uhuru on electoral law changes.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has supported changes to electoral laws before October 26 election.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has thrown his weight behind a push by his party to make drastic changes to the electoral laws ahead of October 26 election. Kenyatta said the push was in line with Supreme Court ruling which nullified his election victory after it found out incidents of irregularities.

Speaking during a campaign rally in Busia County on Friday, September 29, Kenyatta said the laws are meant to seal all loopholes pointed out in the election process.Hatutaki kuwa vifaranga wa kompyuta (We don’t want to be computer generated leaders)," he told the crowd. NASA leader Raila Odinga coined the phrase after he accused the IEBC and Jubilee of doctoring election results to favour Kenyatta in the August polls.

Kenyatta said the proposed changes will ensure that electoral officers are accountable so that such irregularities do not happen again.

Mwezi imeisha, we could be counting 17 days but now counting 26 days, normalcy will reign