Kenya: Raila to be sworn-in using figures obtained from Election Commission servers

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Kenya opposition leader Raila Odinga. Photo: Facebook

Raila Odinga won the August 8, 2017 General Election with 8,041,726 votes against Uhuru Kenyatta’s 7, 755, 428 votes according to figures the National Super Alliance allege are from the Independent and Electoral Boundaries (IEBC) servers.

During a presser on Friday, January 26, NASA insisted they don’t recognize the October 2017 Repeat Election that declared Uhuru Kenyatta as the elected president, a race from which Raila withdrew.

The NASA leader cited skewed playground and IEBC’s refusal to address the coalition’s concerns that were articulated in its irreducible minimums as the main reasons for its withdrawal.

Raila’s running mate Kalonzo Musyoka also said the irregularities that compelled the Supreme Court to annul the August 8 poll made a strong case to reform the IEBC and it was not capable to conduct the October election as constituted.

However, on October 30, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati declared President Uhuru Kenyatta winner of the October 26 repeat presidential election.

Uhuru garnered 7,483,895 votes out of the 7,616,217 valid votes cast, giving him a 98% win.

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