Kibra parliamentary aspirant Peter Orero has appealed against Bernard Otieno Okoth’s win in the ODM nominations that took place on Saturday.
Imran was declared winner with 4,382 votes, while Orero came in the second position having garnered 1,218 votes.
According to Citizen Digital, Orero appealed on the basis that the register used in the primaries was doctored to favour Imran.
The Dagoretti High School Principal claims that Imran accessed the register which he had been using while working at the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) office in Kibra.
ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna confirmed that the party's Dispute Resolution Tribunal team received the appeal.
Orero was set to meet with the tribal, Monday to present his case.
During the Saturday exercise, a number of voters indicated that their names were missing on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) register.
The Kibra parliamentary seat fell vacant after the then MP Ken Okoth succumbed to cancer.
By-elections for the seat which is slated for November 7th is expected to review rivalry among ODM, Jubilee, ANC and Ford Kenya parties.