- Homabay Mp decries over interference of voters register.
- He says over 10,000 voters can't be accounted for in Homa Bay county.
He has taken to his official Twitter account to air his sentiments.
Hon. Kaluma, who is allied to the Orange Democratic Movement says the voter register has been interfered with.
According to his reports the Homa Bay Town Constituency is showed to have 51,000 voters just as it was in 2017.
He note that over 10,000 new registered votes since 2017 cannot be accounted for so far.
Kaluma has called out the IEBC-Kenya saying it must explain the anomalies, correct the register and reassure Kenyans of the security of their votes.
"The voter register has been interfered with! Homa Bay Town Constituency is showed to have 51,000 voters just as it was in 2017; the over 10,000 votes registered since 2017 cannot be accounted for! IEBC-Kenya MUST explain this, correct the register and reassure Kenyans." He said.
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