A significant declaration was made by Wafula Chebukati, the chair of the IEBC, on behalf of the Kenyan Bomas. Chebukati claims that the IEBC technologies used to tabulate results are impervious to hacking and tampering. This alert is a result of a suspected computing device being smuggled into Kenya's Bomas.
Iebc C Hebukati is confident that this year's election results will demonstrate that the commission was correct about the system's dependability and proficiency. Even though the Azimio leader is only marginally ahead of vice president William Ruto, it is obvious that the commission is still tallying votes.
Chebukati assures Kenyans that the IEBC system is closely supervised to prevent any tampering.The IT departments at UDA and Azimio are clearly attempting to interfere, but to no avail.
This is one of the most convincing evidences to date that the current administration or any other group won't be able to rig the IEBC results. We'll have to wait and see who wins the presidential election between Raila and Ruto.
According to (https://nation.africa/kenya/news/politics/3912544), hackers cannot access our systems.
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