Julian Cherera who is the vice chairman of IEBC today stated on a press that The total exceeded the 100% mark, the 0.01% translates to 142,000 votes which made a significant difference in the final presidential results. This comes after Wafula Chebukati declared William Ruto as the president elect without the presence of other four commissioners.
M'mayi tweeted, "What kind of arguments are these? This is what they plan to take to Court? Someone please gives the commissioners the correct percentage to 10 decimal places."
Patriot tweeted, "Juliana Cherara, tell the nation if Form 34As as announced and verified by the commission was meted with irregularities. You are just a shaming yourself."
Luke tweeted, "The break away commissioners ni wajinga ambao hawajaisha Kenya. Look at the votes of Wajackoyah 0.43% translation to 61k. Now how about 0.01%?? Wajinga kweli my stand 6 daughter can tabulate this better than that presser!"
Denis tweeted, "Wajackoya had around 60,000 translating to around 0.44%. Then my question is how does 0.1% translates to 142000? Or which mathematics is she doing."
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