ZEC Voters Roll People Vanish From Computer Database

Zimbabwean Election Commission‘s, Zec, Biometric Voters Registration process, BVR fired blanks at some polling stations in Mashonaland West province as potential voters names are missing.

In Hurungwe Central Constituency Karoi town council Ward 2 Youths Centre polling station voters were turned away on Monday as their names are not in the voters roll.

Almost 85 voters were turned away since Saturday and started re registering at Chikangwe community hall where there is BVR kit on Monday.

At Dambanzara Primary School polling station in Hurungwe East under Ward 6, 401 officially registered voters were affected as their names are missing. The school is situated about 40 kilometres east of Karoi town.

Officers were shocked when pages of prospective voters had nothing as proof of identities of voters. The officials said BVR related information was not captured.

Hurungwe District Zec officer Taona Pfunye was informed of the situation that will be rectified within the ten day period.

Pfunye could not answer his mobile phone
Voters’ inspection kicked off in low note on Saturday with some polling stations registering only four voters who inspected their names.
Voters’ inspection has been marred by logistical challenges.

President Emerson Mgangwagwa indicated that he will announce election dates in two weeks’ time’

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