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By Stan Oyunga (email@example.com) INTRODUCTION The 2013 General Election is still being referred to a two horse race, between CORD and the Jubilee Coalitions, the latter’s Presidential candidate won with 6.1 million votes against the former’s with 5.3 million votes. The difference between Uhuru Kenyatta (6,173,433) and Raila Odinga (5,340,546) was 832,887 which lent credence to the infamous “tyranny of numbers” debate on social media. The “tyranny of numbers” debate seemed to have correctly predicted that the Jubilee Coalition had already “won” the 2013 General Elections by 18th December, 2012, when the voter registration exercise ended. Areas perceived to be [...]
By Stan Oyunga (firstname.lastname@example.org) VOTER REGISTRATION The 2013 General Election is still being referred to a generally being free and fair by most election observers and the Supreme Court in its landmark ruling on 30th March, 2013. The turn-out for the 2013 elections was 86 %, the highest in Kenya’s history. Out of the 14,352,533 registered voters, 12,221,053 (85.90 %) took part in the 2013 General Elections but 2,022,196 (14.09 %) did not vote. But the number of registered voters in 2013 was only 57,801 more than the registered voters for the 2007 General Elections (14,294,732). This was lowest incremental [...]
THE MOST POPULOUS CONSTITUENCY IS MANDERA SOUTH WITH POPULATION OF 247,619 BUT HAS ONLY 10,600 REGISTERED VOTERS, THE SECOND LOWEST IN THE COUNTRY. THE LEAST POPULOUS IS LAMU EAST WITH POPULATION OF 18,841 BUT ITS REGISTERED VOTERS, (12,932), EXCEED THAT OF MANDERA SOUTH. THE CONSTITUENCY WITH MOST REGISTERED VOTERS IS STAREHE WITH 138,630 VOTERS (179 %). THE CONSTITUENCY WITH THE LEAST REGISTERED VOTERS IS TURKANA EAST WITH 9,375 VOTERS (22 %). KENYA HAS 47 COUNTIES, 290 NEW CONSTITUENCIES, AND 1,450 COUNTY ASSEMBLY WARDS. AT TIME OF THE 2009 CENSUS, THERE WERE 8 PROVINCES, 158 DISTRICTS, 635 DIVISIONS, 2,774 LOCATIONS, [...]
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By Stan Oyunga (email@example.com) Now that the 2012 voter registration exercise is over, the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission missed its original target of 18 million registered voters by about 2.7 million, according to its provisional figures at close of the exercise on 18th December, 2012. The IEBC may have actually over targeted the number of Kenya’s voting population by over one million; hence it should be closer to 17 million. According to the 2009 population census, Kenya had 38, 610,097 people out of which 19,443,397 (50%) were adults (aged 18 or above) and 388, 985 were non-Kenyans. Since non-Kenyans [...]