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Hassan says number of rejected votes worrying

05 March 2013, 16:55

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports IEBC chairman Issack Hassan has promised to investigate the big number of rejected votes in the results of the elections announced so far.

He described the situation as “worrying” and said an audit would be carried out at the end of the current process to find out why so many voters made so many mistakes during voting.

Out of 4.8 million votes counted by 11 a.m., 284,232 votes had been rejected. 

- For more visit Daily Nation

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