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Raila’s Chief Agent Rejects Election Results, Cites Hacking of IEBC System

Raila Odinga’s Chief Agent Saitabao Ole Kanchory addressing the press at the Bomas of Kenya PHOTO/COURTESY

Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga’s Chief Agent Saitabao Ole Kanchory has rejected the presidential election results.

Speaking with journalists at the Bomas of Kenya, Kanchory claimed that the IEBC system was compromised by hackers.

He also claimed that some IEBC officials were involved in the same, which he said amounts to electoral offences.

“IEBC’s system was penetrated and hacked. Some IEBC officials committed electoral offences. We have information

“We were not able to ask our party leader to come before we verify the results, which we have been unable to do. I had earlier stated that Bomas was a crime scene,” Kanchory said.

Kanchory was flanked by among others Siaya Governor elect James Orengo and Rarieda MP Otiende Omollo.

As earlier reported on GOTTA.news, tallies conducted by different media publications and individuals in regard to the August 9 General Elections has projected a win for Ruto.

Tallies done by at least three media houses and other entities have projected a round one win for Ruto.

For instance, Radio Africa which is the parent company of the Star Newspaper put Ruto at the top based on their own tally.

The tally by Radio Africa showed that Ruto received 50.36 percent of the votes compared to 48.88 percent for Azimio presidential aspirant Raila Odinga.

On the other side, Standard Media Group which owns Standard Newspaper and KTN News also put DP Ruto at the top with 50.23 percent.

According to their tally, Raila came second with 49.11 percent.

Verified results reported by the Nation Media Group (NMG) showed Ruto taking 51 percent of the vote, ahead of Raila Odinga who had 48 percent.

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Others entities that did the tallying include Mwango Capital which showed Ruto received 51.5 percent of votes ahead of Raila who managed to garner 47.9 percent of the votes.

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