IEBC nominee on the Spot. A candidate for a position at the electoral agency found herself in tight spot when she was asked to illustrate how she would communicate to voters in Swahili. Florence Jaoko struggled to make complete Swahili sentences when the panel asked her to demonstrate how she would explain her roles to voters who don’t speak English. Jaoko had appeared before the selection Panel for the Appointment of commissioners of independent electoral and boundary commission ( I.E.B.C).

Joseph Ngumbi, a member of the panel had pointed out that Jaoko would at some point be required to go to the graaroots to talk to voters. So far nine shortlisted candidates have taken the oral interviews which are going at K.I.C.C. Jaoko way among 36 applicants who were shortlisted to fill four position that were left vacant following the exit of Roselyne Akombe, Paul Kurgat, Connie Marina and Margaret Mwachanya after 2017 general election.