Rafael Tuju is now responding to damning allegations made by IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati, Boya Molu and Professor Guhliye in their sworn affidavits which implicated the former Jubilee Secretary General in an orchestrated scheme to rig the August 9 General Elections.
In sworn affidavits that shook the nation with damning allegations, the 3 commissioners alleged that Tuju, former Attorney General Amos Wako and another lawyer visited the commissioners at around 3am in the morning of 15th August in a bid to favour Raila Odinga.
It is alleged they warned the commissioners that declaring William Ruto would plunge the country into chaos while advocating that Ruto's votes be slashed to force a rerun. However, Chebukati says he stood his ground and said that the will of the people could not be subverted.
However, while addressing the claims today in Upperhill Nairobi, Tuju has dismissed the claims of 3pm meeting saying that he only went to tell Chebukati of an issue one of the commissioners had raised but he was reluctant to address.
Tuju claims that form 34A's were being replaced by other form 34As and when the Commissioner raised the issue to IEBC CEO, the commissioner was shut down.
Tuju now claims that Chebukati secretly met him in Karen while alleging that the discussion that ensued was not of commissioners of IEBC but a discussion of Auctioneers. He has challenged Chebukati to come out and tell Kenyans what they discussed in the meeting which in essence was not of IEBC commissioners.
See the video in the link below;
See how angry Kenyans have reacted to these claims;
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