• The areas include Mombasa and Kakamega gubernatorial seats.
• Others affected are Pokot South and Kacheliba constituencies.
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati has suspended elections in four elective seats across the country following a mix up in the printing of ballot papers.
The elective areas include Mombasa and Kakamega counties where governor elections have been suspended until further notice.
Chebukati said this followed the realization that details and images of the candidates were wrong.
Others affected for the same reason are the Pokot South and Kacheliba constituency elections.
"Ballot papers for Mombasa governor position have wrong gubernatorial candidates' pictures and their images printed on them," Chebukati said.
"Ballot papers for Kacheliba constituency have wrong member of National Assembly candidates' pictures and their images printed on them," he added.
He spoke on Monday at the Bomas of Kenya during a press briefing ahead of Tuesday's elections.
"As a result, elections for the respective positions have been suspended to a later date that shall be announced to a later date through a gazette notice," Chebukati stated.
The IEBC boss also said ballot papers for five constituencies were wrongly routed to Chuka Ingambeng'ombe in Tharaka Nithi county.
He said county assembly ballot papers for Mua ward in Machakos county were erroneously sent to Kuresoi constituency in Nakuru county.
Chebukati said ballots for Tiaty women rep in Baringo county were also sent to Lamu county.
"The commission has since rerouted the ballot paper pellets to the right places using air transport contracted to facilitate such emergencies," he said.