Juliana Cherera the IEBC vice chair who yesterday led the other three commissioners to have a divergent opinion of Chebukati's final results has now alleged on how the results were manipulated.
Addressing the media this afternoon, Cherena stated that the percentage scored by the four presidential candidates exceeded the 100% mark, she claimed that the extra 0.01% after the total aggregation translates to 140,000 votes which made the final outcome that benefited Dp Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua.
"The aggregation of the percentages of the results scored by the 4 presidential candidates exceeded the 100% mark, the 0.01% translates to 142,000 votes which made a significant difference in the final presidential results, "Juliana Cherera said.
Cherera and the other three commissioners yesterday disagreed with the final results of IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati whereby they claimed that the tallying process was opaque in nature hence lacking transparency.
This comes as the country is waiting for Raila Odinga to make a crucial move which will give the country a new direction.
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