The presentation made by Raila's lawyer Julie Soweto put Ruto's team to task with how the name Jose Camargo made its way to forms 34A. She alleged that the Venezuelan could have tampered with the transmission of results.
The allegation has however been taken care of by Mahat Somane. In response to the sensational scenario, the lawyer has stated that the name Jose Camargo is an overlay during the printing of all IEBC documents. That it means that the QR code was printed in the name of Jose Camargo of Smartmatic Technology.
Mahat also stated that in the case of different forms being transmitted by the same KIEMS Kit, he asserted that the error happened during the serialization of the devices. He, however, admitted that the two KIEMS Kits were noted and would also be made available to the court for scrutiny. Mahat stated that there were several other differential features that distinguished the two devices including the IMEI numbers.
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