Kenyans have sharply reacted after Juliana Cherera's remarks on presidential results. According to report shared by IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera the presidential results exceeded 100% mark. Therefore the 0.01% mark translates to 142,000 votes that made a significant difference in the final presidential results.
Therefore the four IEBC commissioners who rejected Monday's presidential results having given reasons behind their decision.
In a press statement read by vice chairperson Juliana Cherera on Tuesday at Serena Hotel, the Commissioners
Said the aggregation of the presidential results was mathematically absurdity that defies logic.
The added that the summation of percentage of votes awarded to each other of the four presidential candidates exceeds 100%. A report that has sparked alot of reactions from people across the country.
Juliana Cherera: The total exceeded the 100% mark, the 0.01% which translates to 142,000 votes which made a significant difference in final presidential results.
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