•On Thursday night, chaos and delay had rocked the Starehe constituency tallying centre over the announcement of the parliamentary seat results.
•A senior official from IEBC had to step in in an attempt to resolve the stalemate.
Nairobi Senator candidate Bishop Margaret Wanjiru wants the Starehe constituency Returning Officer to be replaced over slow tallying of votes.
Wanjiru, who is vying on a UDA ticket, said the RO is trying to delay the announcement of the presidential vote but they will not allow it.
"We had an incident in a place like Embakasi Central, there was a box that came in late and if we delay that one box, that means we can't release the presidential, MP and MCA results. They are using small things to hold everybody in captivity and that is not acceptable," she said.
Wanjiru said the RO is to be blamed for the shortcomings in that constituency as he is taking people in circles with no clear communications.
"This is the only place such incidents are taking place, and who is to blame, the returning officer, and we have demanded that she be replaced that we cannot move forward with her."
On Thursday night, chaos and delay had rocked the Starehe constituency tallying centre over the announcement of the parliamentary seat results.
A senior official from IEBC had to step in in an attempt to resolve the stalemate.
He asked the constituents who were at the Jamhuri High School to give the Returning officer Milliam Wanjiru more time in order to announce the results.
However, the impatient crowd refused to leave. The same request had been made by the RO at midnight, promising that the results will be announced at 6 am.