NASA demands access to IEBC servers,willing to accept presidential results
The National Super Alliance has thrown the presidential results announcement into a new twist with their latest request from the poll body.
NASA’s election chief agent Senator James Orengo said that they have asked the IEBC to allow all stakeholders including religious leaders and the media access to the election server to scrutinize and know what happened from the 12am when the hacking took place.
With these information, then we can know who has won the presidential election and accept the results.
“The data we have has shown that in some polling stations, votes were added to the Jubilee candidate.We have also provided the commission with a five page document detailing the malpractices” he told a press conference at Bomas of Kenya.
He urged Kenyans to remain calm but stressed that it all depended on justice to the process.
Co-principal Musalia Mudavadi urged the electoral body not to rush to presidential results declaration before verifying all the form 34As.
IEBC has only received 29,000 forms from the returning officers.
Meanwhile, two plain- cloth officers have been detained at a NASA tallying centre in Runda,after they allegedly gate-crashed a press conference.
NASA claims they are Jubilee agents sent by state to frustrate the coalitions attempt to tally results to prove that the presidential results have been tampered with in favour of Uhuru Kenyatta.
When KTN went live at the centre, the workers had shut down the computers and did not want their faces on camera.
A manager at the centre said that he had been advised to close down operation due to an impending raid.