Raila Odinga, the head of the opposition, has now asserted that there were four servers at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
Speaking on Wednesday, he said that only one of the four servers was responsible for the presidential poll results.
One was in the Netherlands, another was in Venezuela, and the third was in the IEBC offices at Anniversary Towers, according to Raila.
He asserted that the fourth was in the Industrial District.
“Nataka msikize vizuri. Tuligundua kuwa kulikuwa na servers mara nne. Moja ilikuwa kule Uholanzi(Netherlands) in the clouds. Ya Pili ilikuwa kule Venezuela ambapo kuna mtu anaitwa Jose Camargo Anatoka. Ya tatu ilikuwa hapa Anniversary Towers, Nairobi mahali IEBC iko na nne ilikuwa pale Industrial Area. Katika Bomas of Kenya kulikuwa na Portal pale matokeo ilikuwa inaingia. Kati ya zile servers nne moja pekee ndio ilikuwa inatuma matokeo Bomas na hio ilikuwa ile server ya Venezuela,” Raila spoke during a Grassroot meeting with leaders ahead of their weekend Jacaranda Rally.
This roughly translates as, “I want you to comprehend. We found out there were four servers. One was in Holland (Netherlands), another in Venezuela where a man named Jose Camargo worked, a third at Anniversary Towers, and a fourth in Industrial Area. There was a portal where results were transmitted in Kenya’s Bomas. Only one of the four servers, the one in Venezuela, was sending results.”
He claimed that former IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati and two other commissioners, Yakub Guliye and Molu Boya, devised the scheme.
He insisted that the poll results would be ready as early as August 10, 2022, but Chebukati and his associates delayed in order to conceal their actions.
He claimed that Chebukati has not spoken since their whistleblower’s allegation is accurate.
Raila declared on Monday at the Kamukunji gathering that he does not recognize Ruto as Kenya’s duly elected president.
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