The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party has filed a petition in court over the use of the manual register by IEBC as ordered by the High Court.
In the petition on Monday, the party stated that the manual register is likely to be misused and therefore the integrity of the elections may be compromised.
The Deputy President William Ruto-led party added that the manual register lacked the safeguards of enhancing the credibility of the polls.
"The integrity of the general elections is likely to be compromised by the possibility of misuse of the manual voter register during elections since a manual register lacks safeguards of enhancing the credibility of elections," read part of the petition.
IEBC on Friday, August 5 complied with the High Court ruling to use the manual register in the identification of voters during the election.
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati said that the commission will deploy the manual register in all polling stations as directed by the courts saying they are committed to ensuring the polls are credible.
"We shall n deploy the printed register at the polling station where the voters' names shall be crossed out after their identification using the KIEMs Kits.
"The commission commits to adhere to the rule of Law and will facilitate the realization of the political rights of Kenyans as envisaged in the constitution in order to deliver free and fair credible elections." Chebukati stated.
Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga had previously called for the use of the manual register in the polls warning that there would be no elections without it.