KPMG wants over 90,000 dead voters removed from register

June 9, 2017 3:12 pm
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KPMG’s head of Information Technology Advisory Services Gerald Kasimu speaking at a meeting with IEBC said the audit revealed that 17,523 passports used by some of the voters were found to be inactive/JEREMIAH WAKAYA

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 9 – Audit firm KPMG has recommended the removal of over 90,000 dead voters from the IEBC register before the August elections.

The voters were identified during a month-long audit as outlined in law, to ensure the register used in the elections is credible.

KPMG’s head of Information Technology Advisory Services Gerald Kasimu speaking at a meeting with IEBC said the audit revealed that 17,523 passports used by some of the voters were found to be inactive.

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