Juliana Cherera, the vice chair of the IEBC, has now said that the final results in Chebukati were changed in a way that led the other three commissioners to have different views on them yesterday.
Cherena told the media this afternoon that none of the four presidential candidates got exactly 100% of the vote. She said that the extra 0.01% after adding up all the votes added up to 140,000 votes, which helped Dp Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua win the election.
"The percentages of votes that each of the four presidential candidates got added up to more than 100%." That 0.01% is equal to 142,000 votes, which made a big difference in the final results, "Julianna Cherera" said.
Cherera and the other three commissioners didn't agree with IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati's final results yesterday. They said that the counting process was not clear, so it lacked transparency.
This is happening while the country is waiting for Raila Odinga to make a key move that will change the country's course.
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