The confusion about party membership in the country has shocked many people including famous personalities, this has been realized as a number of Kenyans have been questioning how they have been registered into parties they have never supported.
One of the victim is the son of former prime minister Raila Odinga, Raila Junior, he was shocked to notice that he has been listed as a member of Mudavadi's party the Amani National Congress. Junior an ardent supporter of his father's party, the Orange Democratic Movement party has questioned how he got registered as a member of a rival party.
His sister Winnie Odinga while responding to this, jokingly refered to his brother as a mole in his father's party.
It is not clear how Kenyans have been registered into this parties, very many complains have been raised and the registrar of political parties is yet to respond.
Parties are currently conducting mass registration in preparation for the upcoming general elections, every party is striving to have a national outlook ahead of the elections.
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