The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission of Kenya uploaded the results of 2017 general elections on their website yesterday,3 years after the elections were held. This led to a series of mixed reactions among Kenyans most of them seeing the move as unnecessarily since its significance had been outlived.
Former presidential aspirant Mwalimu Abduba Dida has made some new revelations regarding the much contested 2017 presidential elections.Penning a message through his twitter account,Dida asserted that Raila messed with the IEBC system by hiring hackers who illegally acceded into the system before ordering his followers to boycott elections.
"Hon Raila and his team tampered with IEBC systems by hiring hackers to hack into the system. Then he ordered you to boycott the elections. He is not the electoral commission and Alliance for Real Change is not answerable to him," wrote Dida.
The 2017 general elections will go down as one of the most controversial elections in the country after both the government and the opposition accused each other of hacking the IEBC system .
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