In the recently concluded hearing of a consolidated presidential election petition at the Supreme Court of Kenya,counsel for the respondents argued that the new judiciary READ MORE
The Makadara MP admitted to discrepancies in the IEBC forms presented to him. A witness in the same case admitted to being allowed to vote twice.
The judicial scrutiny report failed to mention that in several instances there were multiple copies of the same Form 34 with both identical and non-identical figures.
For 6 out of the 8 presidential candidates, the final results from 33400 polling stations were smaller than the electronically transmitted results released from approximately 13000 polling stations.
At the Polling Station:
African Great Lakes Initiative observers reported instances whereby two POs and several agents told voters how to vote.
IEBC excluded party agents and accredited observers from the National Tallying Center, blatantly violating election laws.
The electronic transmission of results generated a vote count that maintained a consistent gap between the two leading presidential candidates. It is scientifically impossible to maintain a consistent in results that are being randomly relayed.