As a result of that call, two people have since been taken off the register.
The Electoral Commission of Zambia engaged external consultants from Kenya lead by Dismas Ong’ando who started working on the 5th of June up to 5th July this year.
And the audit has revealed that 492 people shared nearly full registration details with some variations on gender and district code on NRC number.
It has also established that 1,697,762 people representing 32 percent of the registered voters were added to the register as new voters while 142,383 were ineligible to vote and have been removed from the voter’s register.
This was disclosed during a stakeholders meeting in Lusaka organised by the Electoral Commission of Zambia.