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Raila dares IEBC to challenge w***********r’s results that revealed he garnered 8.1M votes

Sunday, February 12th, 2023 17:23 | By
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ODM Leader Raila Odinga. PHOTO/(@RailaOdinga)Facebook

ODM Leader Raila Odinga has dared the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to challenge the results allegedly exposed by a whistleblower within the electoral agency.

Speaking at an anti-government in Busia county, the opposition chief questioned why IEBC is reluctant to debunk the whistleblower's accounts by opening their servers.

"I dare the IEBC to challenge the results exposed by the whistleblower by opening the server. Why are they reluctant to open the server?

"The people spoke through the ballot, the people voted correctly. The whistleblower has come out and exposed how the people voted. Yule jamaa ambaye amepiga parapanda, ametoboa ya kwamba William Ruto alipata 5.9 million votes. Baba na Mama walipata 8.1 million votes," Odinga said.

According to the whistleblower's account, Raila Odinga won the August 9th elections with 8,170,355 votes representing 57.53% of the votes cast.

Speaking at a presser where he brought the damning report to the limelight, former Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni stated that the IEBC whistleblower intimated to Vanguard Africa, a non-profit organization that President William Ruto, who was announced as the winner of the presidential polls mustered 5,915,973 votes that represent 41.66% of votes cast.

Kioni further stated the whistleblower further revealed that presidential results in 59% of the 290 constituencies as announced by IEBC cannot be verified with absolute certainty.

"We’ve seen that 59% of the constituencies cannot be verified with absolute certainty. What can be verified is, Raila Odinga won the elections with 8,170,355 votes representing 57.53% of the votes cast. Ruto got 5,915,973 votes, representing 41.66%.

"A casual peruse of the document; we have seen that at one point 144 constituencies had their results verified and often at times, those results are far from the results that were announced by IEBC," Kioni stated.

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