IEC warns against voters' roll 'false' objections

Osupile Maroba PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Osupile Maroba PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Spokesperson for the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Osupile Maroba has cautioned the public against raising false objections to the inclusion of any person’s name on the voters’ roll as it could lead them into legal trouble.

On Thursday, the IEC issued a release informing members of the public that it had completed compiling the voters’ roll for the first supplementary voter registration conducted between January 17 and March 31. As thus, the IEC said it has opened for the inspection of the said voters’ roll from June 6 to 27.

“The public is hereby informed that, in accordance with the provision of Section 14 of the Electoral Act, the Secretary to the office of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has completed the compilation of a roll of voters for the first supplementary voter registration conducted between January 17 and March 31, 2022,” read the release in part.

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