Orange Democratic Movement Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga's Information Technology Guru during last year's 2022 general election Hon Micheal Njoroge has immediately responded after former IEBC Chairman Hon Wafula Chebukati announced that he will be speaking on what he has discovered about the IEBC servers and the Electoral Technology at large.
Taking to his twitter account handle minutes after Wafula Chebukati gladly announce that he had been allowed to present a project touching on the role of Technology in Elections in Kenya adding that he would touch on the issue of servers, Micheal Njoroge responded by telling the latter that they had a few hours ago during an exclusive interview with the Spice FM discussed what server is.
"I am pleased to announce that my project titled "Role of Technology in improving the integrity of the electoral process in Kenya" has been accepted for presentation at @ElectIntegrity's Annual Conference to be held on July 3-7! My talk will demystify "the server" in Kenyan polls," Chebukati Said.
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