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MP Mary Emaase asks IEBC to publish voters figure

Teso South Member of Parliament Mary Emaase Otucho (centre) shakes hand with KCA University Vice Chancellor Prof. Noah Midamba (left) in Nairobi after signing an agreement with the University that will see thirty female students rescued from early marriage in Teso South enroll for Diplomas in Procurement, Human Resources and Business Management courses, to sharpen their business acumen and uplift their living standards.With them (right) KCA University Manager, Amagoro Campus Teso North Charles Ramaina PHOTO DAVID NJAAGA

Teso South MP Mary Emaase wants the electoral commission to publish the list of registered voters in each constituency.

She said this would eliminate cases of rigging during nominations and the forthcoming General Election.

“This will make it easy for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), political parties, as well as aspirants to address rigging where we have witnessed more people than the registered electors voting,” said Emaase.

This came in the wake of a controversy over the exact number of registered voters in Teso South and Teso North during the ODM nominations.

“There is a need for the electoral commission to gazette the figures of registered voters in all constituencies so that in case they are exaggerated, there will be somewhere to refer to,” Emaase said.

Funyula MP Paul Otuoma recently contested the ODM nominations, accusing Governor Sospeter Ojaamong of exaggerating the figures from the constituencies.

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