Hundreds Of Voters Turned Away Over Missing Names In ODM Kibra Nominations
Hundreds of voters of voters who turned up to vote in the ODM Nominations have been turned away after they found their names missing in the voters register.
Some of the voters who spoke to Ghetto Radio News expressed disappointment in the party and faulting the entire nomination exercise.
Amina Abdalla claims that she had voted at the Old Kibera Primary school since 1992, but is shocked that her name was missing from the list.
The confusion comes after the ODM Party announced on Thursday that they will be using the party’s register in the nomination exercise.
Some Kibra residents claim that the missing names in the party register was a plot by some party officials to rig out an already popular candidate.
The Old Kibera Primary School is a stronghold of the Nubian community whose favourite candidate is the late Ken Okoth’s brother Bernard Okoth popularly known as Imran Okoth.
Imran cast his vote at the Old Kibera Polling Station at around 11 am.