Professor Makau Mutua has taken a hit at the Kenya Kwanza Alliance blaming them of wanting to rig the 2022 presidential general elections.
In a post on Twitter, the former Buffalo law school professor says that Kenya kwanza principals are against the use of manual register in that they do know that it is easier to rig elections using the automatic register compared to the use of both.
"UDA says it wants ONLY the ELECTRONIC register of voters, and rejects the use of the MANUAL register. Why? Because UDA KNOWS it’s easier to RIG an election if you don’t allow the use of the manual register to complement the electronic one. We must use BOTH registers! @IEBCKenya," wrote Makau Mutua.
Azimio la Umoja coalition wrote to the IEBC through their legal personnel demanding that they use both registers as it will dictate a credible and fair election. For Kenya kwanza, they said that if IEBC plans to use only the automatic register then they are good.
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