The IEBC Commission said it will be incorporated in the strategic plan that will guide the elections operation plan for 2022-2027.

Representing the ex-Chairman Wafula Chebukati, Commissioner Abdi Guliye said it was time to relive individual and collective experiences of August 9 and in retrospect have an assessment of the electoral cycle activities.

According to the commission, it seeks to document experiences and evaluate lessons learnt from the 2022 general election, purpose areas for improvement to inform future policy direction and strategic planning alongside identifying key priority areas for funding.

Speaking Tuesday when they met a section of development partners, Deputy chief executive officer Obadia Keitany said it appreciates the support in ensuring they deliver on the mandate.

“I request the partners to be candid and bold to suggest recommendations that will be used to guide our formulation of strategic plan and policy direction,” he said.

“The Post Election Evaluation is not only an international best practice but is anchored in the Constitution as the core mandate of IEBC…Article 88 (4)(h) obligates the Commission to facilitate observation, monitoring, and evaluation of elections," added Guliye.

The preparations for the 2022 poll, Guliye stated, started after 2017.