The National Super Alliance has demanded a fresh audit of the voters register which will be used in August polls.
The team wants IEBC to crosscheck its data against that of the Integrated Population Registration Service which has the latest information on the Kenyan population.
Salim Lone, who is NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga’s adviser, said on Friday that the register which was opened for public scrutiny on Thursday is flawed.
“Voters who died as far back as 2013 are still in the register,” he said adding top IEBC officials are losing grip of their ability to deliver a credible election.
The Opposition further demanded that a dry run of all electoral materials be done to avert situations like the system failure in the last election.
Citing errors in the SMS verification which irked many Kenyans on Thursday, NASA said there is a valid reason to review the register.
Lone also asked the electoral agency to release the KPMG report on the audit of the register as required by law.