Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Commissioner Justus Nyang'aya has come out to give ‘evidence’ that the presidential results were tampered with. In his response to the petition filed by Raila Odinga and Martha Karua at the Supreme Court, Nyang’aya says four individuals were involved.
According to his submissions, Mr. Nyang’aya named a foreigner identified as Godino Omor who allegedly accessed the IEBC server using ID '0'. Omor is reported to have pulled down form 34As from polling stations and uploaded doctored ones.
"That I am also aware that after the previously pulled down results were uploaded afresh there would be amendments for Form 34B," said Mr. Nyang’aya.
This foreigner is said to have been active since June 1, 2022, up to sometime after the August 9 general election. He was active mostly at night and his logs can easily be traced on the IEBC server. The commissioner says he discovered it because he was the one in charge of ICT.
Mr. Nyang’aya further submits to the Supreme Court that IEBC chairperson Wafula Chebukati was working with 3 IEBC staff whom he used to pull down and alter presidential results before re-uploading them on the server.
He went ahead to name Mr. Abdidahir Maalim, Moses Sunkuli, and Gideon Balang as the three IEBC staff who helped Mr. Chebukati rig the election by doctoring form 34As and 34Bs.
A part from Mr. Justice Nyang’aya, IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera, and one other commissioner have filed their responses at the Supreme Court. They are among the four commissioners who disowned the presidential results announced by Mr. Chebukati.
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