Zec’s Credibility Is Questionable After Voters’ Roll Issue, But I Will Still Vote To Show My Anger: Bakare

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Retired Anglican Bishop and civic rights activist, Sebastian Bakare has called on Zimbabweans to go and vote despite the way that the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), has handled the Voters’ Roll. Speaking to NewsDay, Bakare said,

The issue of the voters’ roll has become an issue, but if you go the world over, it is not an issue because it is a public document and I wonder why Zec is not coming out clean on the issue of a voters’ roll,” he said. People who are responsible for this document, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, they know that something is wrong with this document and we now wonder how honest they are…As a citizen of Zimbabwe, I am going to vote regardless of what is happening. I am going to vote and register my anger…

The opposition has highlighted that the voters’ roll it has been given access to is not the final voters’ roll and it does not have all the information as it lacks photographs.

More: NewsDay

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