The results for the presidential race were announced yesterday where IEBC chairperson, Wafula Chebukati declared William Samoei Ruto as the President Elect in the general elections held on 9th August, 2022. However, there seemed to be a disagreement among the IEBC commissioners where four of them held a press conference and claimed that they were not in line with the results that were to be announced.
The four commissioners lead by Juliana Cherera claimed that they failed to agree on the results and thus disowned them. Today, Juliana Cherera was giving a comprehensive report as to why the commissioners failed to disagree with the results.
Juliana claimed that the figures aired by Chebukati added up to an absurd figure as they tallied to 100.01 per cent. Juliana claimed that the 0.01 per cent was representing 142, 000 votes, a remark that has sparked reactions online. Basic mathematics has it that 0.01 per cent of 14.2 million would only give a value of just 1420 as opposed to Juliana's figures.
A journalist known as Njogu Njoroge has reacted to the case with allegations that him (Njogu) and Juliana went to the same school of Mathematics. Njogu claimed that he was a victim of erroed calculations even at campus level.
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