Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka has claimed he shares same Identity Card (ID) number with a 23-year-old woman namely Salome Wanjiru Njoroge.
Kalonzo made the claims at a rally in Wagberi Primary School in Wajir East Constituency Wednesday.
The Wiper leader alongside Ford Kenya boss Moses Wetangula had led a delegation of CORD leaders on Wajir County tour to follow up on the progress of mass voter registration, which kicked off Monday.
The visit to Wagberi was prompted by earlier complaints that the biometric voter registration kits in Wajir were not functioning.
Kalonzo said sharing an ID number with a woman is a clear indicator that Jubilee intends to rig August 8 General Election.
“This explains why the registrar of persons has been retained in office several years after attaining retirement age. We in CORD shall not allow such machinations to happen,” said Kalonzo.
Wetangula in his speech, said elections are not stolen in one day, accusing Jubilee administration of laying foundation for rigging ahead of August 8 polls.
The two leaders warned the IEBC that the Opposition will not accept a compromised election.
Earlier at a rally in Wajir town, Kalonzo urged all communities living and working in the town to register as voters in the area.
“It does not make sense to travel back home to register as a voter. The people back home have sufficient numbers to elect their leaders. You should register here to vote for the leaders you want to lead you because this is where you live. If you don’t vote here, how can you make demands from leaders you have not elected,” Kalonzo said.
Wajir town is largely cosmopolitan with a large number of residents drawn from Ukambani, Meru and other parts of the country.