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Dead woman among members of TNA party

09 January 2013, 13:25

Nairobi - A dead woman is among tho who have been included in TNA's member list without their consent.

Daily Nation reports that Lydia Wairimu Gichuba, who died a year ago, is among those registered as members of political parties without their knowledge.

Journalists from major media houses have also been registered as members of major political parties without their consent.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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