Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka shares a national identification card number with a 23 Year-Old woman, it has emerged.
The presidential hopeful discovered the anomaly on Wednesday when he visited a voter registration centre at Wagberi Primary School in Wajir East Constituency, during his tour of Wajir County.
According to IEBC records, Kalonzo shares same ID number with one Salome Wanjiru Njoroge, born in 1993.
“It is now clear what is happening across the country. This explains why the Registrar of Persons has been retained several years after attaining retirement age. CORD will not allow such machinations,” Kalonzo said.
He said the mix up in the names means many people may have been registered as voters using fake ID cards.
He was accompanied by Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang’ula.
“Elections are not stolen in a single day. Rigging is a process and it involves dirty schemes of deleting people’s names from the register like it had happened with Mr Musyoka,” said Wetangula.
The CORD co-principals said the ppposition will not settle for anything short of a free, fair and credible election and urged the new IEBC team to move with speed to restore Kenyans’ confidence in the electoral process.