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IEBC Voter Register PDF-How to Download Latest Registered Voters Data 2022

IEBC has released an audit report dated 20th June 2022. The final voter register is out and has been presented to KPMG, and the number of registered voters for this year’s election is more significant than the number witnessed in 2017.

We hope that this year’s general elections will run smoothly and will not affect the country’s economy. Unlike the previous elections that have seen our economy nearly crumble to its knees due to election disputes, we urge all Kenyans to exercise caution and preach during the electioneering period.

IEBC Voter Register 2022

This article will list some of the voter registration statistics released by IEBC country-wide. Let’s get started and see what the recently released list entails.

iebc voter register 2022

According to the audit, the following is a summary of the thematic areas

  • Process and system control
  • Transfer of voters
  • Registered voter’s biometric review
  • Exception generated (this is from the voter’s register)
  • Database security together with infrastructure controls
  • Inclusiveness of the register of voters
  • Action plan (implementation of audit recommendations)

Don’t Miss – IEBC Voter Verification 2022

IEBC registered voters per ward 2022

In 2022, the registered voters per ward are as follows

County Code

County

Code

Constituency

New Registration

Transfers of RC

Changes

Suspended Re-registered

001

MOMBASA

001

CHANGAMWE

4,130

1,771

22

001

MOMBASA

002

JOMVU

2,862

1,059

13

001

MOMBASA

003

KISAUNI

6,125

1,839

24

001

MOMBASA

004

NYALI

6,533

2,964

1

001

MOMBASA

005

LIKONI

4,552

1,266

38

001

MOMBASA

006

MVITA

8,070

2,845

34

002

KWALE

007

MSAMBWENI

3,286

1,999

9

002

KWALE

008

LUNGA LUNGA

2,678

1,369

4

002

KWALE

009

MATUGA

3,496

956

2

002

KWALE

010

KINANGO

5,054

557

1

003

KILIFI

011

KILIFI NORTH

7,157

1,377

10

003

KILIFI

012

KILIFI SOUTH

4,629

776

2

003

KILIFI

013

KALOLENI

5,061

830

4

003

KILIFI

014

RABAI

3,566

671

8

003

KILIFI

015

GANZE

3,687

448

3

003

KILIFI

016

MALINDI

3,493

760

15

003

KILIFI

017

MAGARINI

4,226

77

004

TANA RIVER

018

GARSEN

2,706

1,325

1

004

TANA RIVER

019

GALOLE

2,350

767

004

TANA RIVER

020

BURA

2,660

1,728

005

LAMU

021

LAMU EAST

618

446

005

LAMU

022

LAMU WEST

2,990

1,449

4

006

TAITA TAVETA

023

TAVETA

2,950

1,429

2

006

TAITA TAVETA

024

WUNDANYI

1,591

541

9

006

TAITA TAVETA

025

MWATATE

2,676

599

4

006

TAITA TAVETA

026

VOI

2,318

1,066

16

007

GARISSA

027

GARISSA TOWNSHIP

6,376

3,372

26

007

GARISSA

028

BALAMBALA

4,503

3,768

007

GARISSA

029

LAGDERA

1,128

1,318

007

GARISSA

030

DADAAB

3,694

1,833

35

007

GARISSA

031

FAFI

1,752

531

007

GARISSA

032

IJARA

1,701

2,239

27

008

WAJIR

033

WAJIR NORTH

1,364

267

008

WAJIR

034

WAJIR EAST

2,918

3,211

008

WAJIR

035

TARBAJ

1,270

1,376

008

WAJIR

036

WAJIR WEST

1,279

1,547

2022 IEBC Voter Register Statistics

The 2022 IEBC voter register has 22,120,458 voters (12.79% growth) and 46,232 polling stations (13.08% growth). This is a steady increase from the 2017 general elections which had 40,883 polling stations and 19,611,423 voters

Diaspora voters have really turned out in large numbers, clocking at 10,444 voters in 2022 from a mere 4,223 voters in 2017. Conversely, the prison has witnessed a slight increase from 5,182 voters in 2017 to 7,483 voters in 2022.

IEBC registered voters (per county) in 2022

  1. Mombasa 641,913
  2. Kwale 328,253
  3. Kilifi 588,602
  4. Tana River 141,096
  5. Lamu 81,453
  6. Taita Taveta 181,827
  7. Garissa 201,473
  8. Wajir 207,758
  9. Mandera 217,030
  10. Marsabit 166,912
  11. Isiolo 89,504
  12. Meru 772,139
  13. Tharaka – Nithi 231,932
  14. Embu 334,302
  15. Kitui 532,758
  16. Machakos 687,565
  17. Makueni 479,401
  18. Nyandarua 361,165
  19. Nyeri 481,632
  20. Kirinyaga 376,001
  21. Murang’a 620,929
  22. Kiambu 1,275,008
  23. Turkana 238,528
  24. West Pokot 220,026
  25. Samburu 100,014
  26. Trans Nzoia 398,981
  27. Uasin Gishu 506,138
  28. Elgeyo/Marakwet 213,884
  29. Nandi 406,288
  30. Baringo 281,053
  31. Laikipia 263,012
  32. Nakuru 1,054,856
  33. Narok 398,784
  34. Kajiado 463,273
  35. Kericho 428,067
  36. Bomet 376,985
  37. Kakamega 844,551
  38. Vihiga 310,043
  39. Bungoma 646,598
  40. Busia 416,756
  41. Siaya 533,595
  42. Kisumu 606,754
  43. Homa Bay 551,071
  44. Migori 469,019
  45. Kisii 637,010
  46. Nyamira 323,283
  47. Nairobi City 2,415,310

Total 22,102,532

How to Download IEBC Registered Voters List Per County

IEBC Kenya has introduced the facility to check details of registered voters online. Here is the process to download the PDF file :

  • Visit the Official page
  • Corresponding to the latest data, click on “Download”
  • PDF File will be downloaded and you can check the details

About IEBC

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) was founded in 2011 as an independent agency under the Kenyan constitution.

The Commission’s primary responsibilities are

  • To conduct or supervise referenda and elections in Kenya.
  • Conduct any other electoral duties according to an Act of Parliament.

In a nutshell, this year’s election will be pretty competitive because there is no sitting president. It’s a battle between leaders who have never tested the presidency. As always, we encourage you to reach peace wherever you are.

FAQs

How prepared is IEBC for the upcoming general elections in 2022?

In a recent interaction with the media, IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati stated that the department is ready for the upcoming general elections in August 2022.

How are this year’s registered voters looking as compared to 2017?

According to the final voter’s list made public by the IEBC on Monday, the proportion of Kenyans between the ages of 18 and 35 who have registered to vote for the elections in August has decreased by 5.27 per cent as compared to 2017.

This post was last modified on June 30, 2022 5:05 pm

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