At a news conference held today at the KICC, former prime minister Raila Odinga denounced the results of the general elections held in August 2022.
Raila Odinga claims that Chebukati did not follow the law and that there were irregularities in the polls.
He made his statement just a few hours after IEBC Chairperson Wafula Chebukati announced William Ruto as the winner of the elections on August 9.
Four IEBC commissioners earlier went to the media and said that the IEBC's math was flawed and that the number actually came out to 100.01 percent.
According to IEBC commissioners Cherera, 0.01 percent of the 14 million votes cast, or about 140 thousand votes, has been cast. This has sparked a significant backlash, with some math gurus easily discrediting Cherera.
Well, this comment has sparked a lot of discussion online, with many people poking holes in it.
The team, lead by Elgeyo Marakwet County legislator Kipchumba Murkomen, has provided additional, intriguing data that contradicts all of the commissioners' assertions.
"You now know that the four alienated Commissioners, including Raila Odinga, are incapable of understanding basic math. They are making themselves seem bad."
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