Juliana Cherera the IEBC vice chair is receiving mixed reactions from Kenyans. This is after her and other three commissioners come out and explained their former press conference. Her statement that the total tally percentages are not mathematically correct.
This statement has been analyzed by Kenyans and found faulty. According to her Wafula Chebukati sum of the four commissioners adds to 100.01 and it is supposed to be just a hundred sharp. Then she further claimed that 0.01 is almost one hundred and forty thousand.
Kenyans have deconstructed her and the other three by failing in simple mathematics. They have even went further ahead to screenshot calculations which correct the anomaly. According to them the percentage she claims is around fourteen thousand.
The independent electoral body seems split into two groups. One is led by the chairman Wafula Chebukati and the CEO Ali Nguyo. The other is by Juliana and Wandera together with other two.
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