Kenya Audits Finds 250,000 Dead People on Voter’s Roll
By Melanie Aanyu,
Kenya’s electoral agency says an ongoing audit of its voters’ roll has found the names of nearly 250,000 deceased voters on the register.
Nearly half a million more voters were found to have duplicate records and over 226,000 people were registered using documents that do not belong to them.
Others had registered with invalid documents, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) said in a statement on the anomalies that affect more than a million people.
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Oh my God we thought uganda is the only country which involves in such unproffessional ethics