The Independent polls body through its lawyers has once again sent a morning message to the ODM Party leader on claims that Venezuelan national Jose Camargo decided Kenya's president-elect.
The commission's through its lawyers sought to rubbish the allegations and termed as misleading.
IEBC lawyers, Githu Muigai and Mahat Somane said the arguments made by Odinga’s team Paul Mwangi and Julie Soweto that Camargo altered with the election results are not true.
This comes when Mr Mwangi and Ms Soweto, in their earlier testimonials at the Apex Court proved to the seven-judge bench how some figures recorded in one Form 34A had been manipulated.
“Check in the top left-hand corner bears the name of one of the Venezuelans, Jose Camargo, this is the man who decided the president-elect of Kenya. Mr Carmago is the one who manipulated the results,” Miss Soweto had said.
However, Kenya's Supreme Court is expected to give its rulling on the presidential petition on Monday next week after the closure of submissions by all parties yesterday.
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