Safaricom has assured Kenyans that it has put in place the necessary infrastructure to ensure the smooth transmission of election results.
The group's CEO on Wednesday assured Kenyans that they are ready to offer efficient services that will enable free and fair elections.
"We assure you no one will interfere with the content that will be transmitted to IEBC. We will do anything possible to support the process and if there are questions we will answer them in real-time," Ndegwa said.
The CEO made the assurance during a prayer function organized by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission and the National Council of Churches of Kenya at Bomas.
Safaricom has been tasked with providing a 4G internet connectivity that will enable the transmission of election results.
Ndegwa said they are ready to facilitate the IEBC during the election even as he said they do not favour any political side.
"We will play our best. We have the best infrastructure. We are a neutral party, we want the transmission to happen inappropriate way," he said.