With elections around the corner there has been so many wierd allegations all over the internet.
However one of these allegations has caught the attention of ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi who asked the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission open up and clear the air on Huduma Number.
Sources privy stated that kenyans might use these Huduma numbers to vote other than using the normal ID cards.
Huduma numbers were issued a few years back where a huge number of kenyans applied.
However, a huge number of kenyans are yet to collect the cards.
Many have been accusing the government that through the deep state they might manipulate the elections through Huduma Numbers.
Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi has asked the electoral agency to address allegations that it plans to use the Huduma Namba instead of the ID number during voting in next year's elections.
Speaking at a funds drive in aid of Bishop Gatimu Kinyona Girls’ Secondary School in Murang’a County, Mudavadi asked the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to ensure the elections are held in strict adherence to the law.
“Our electoral laws recognise the national identity card or the passport as documents of voting. No law has been changed to allow any other document to be used,” he said.
The ANC leader urged IEBC to engage stakeholders in deliberations to ensure free and fair elections.
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