IEC Launches Audit After Claims Of Voter Fraud

The indelible ink used on voters who have cast their vote, supposedly washes off easily. Case of fraud have been reported to the IEC.
The indelible ink used on voters who have cast their vote, supposedly washes off easily.

The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has announced it has established an audit to check the extent of voter fraud and said so far, four people have been arrested for casting more than one ballot.

The decision was taken after the commission met with political parties contesting elections who raised concerns about the supposedly indelible ink being easy to remove.

In some videos, voters claimed they were able to vote more than once.

EWN