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IEBC decries voter apathy in poll violence areas

11 December 2012, 13:46

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports voters in areas that experienced post election violence have kept off registration centres due to fear of victimisation.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) chairman Issack Hassan said Tuesday those employed in tea plantations across the country fear reprisal attacks on account of whom they are perceived to have voted for.

IEBC clerks have tried taking the biometric voter registration kits (BVR) to market centres and cinema halls where the workers retreat after work, but their efforts have not paid off.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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