Juliana Cherera, the IEBC vice chairperson who disagreed with Wafula Chebukati's final presidential results, has found herself in the losing end after making a mistake in her straightforward calculation to prove Chebukati incorrect.
Speaking to the media, she claimed that the aggregate of the percentage of results reported by the four presidential candidates exceeded the 100% mark by 0.01%, which she claimed translated to 142,000 votes.
After clear calculations from active Kenyans online, it has become clear that the 142,000 votes she claimed to have received represent only 0.1% of the total votes cast. This has sparked an online debate, with some Kenyans now attacking her and claiming that her claims are false and should not be considered.
Others have requested that she recalculate her straightforward calculation before attempting to persuade the Supreme Court that she will be a witness when Raila Odinga files a case there.
Listed below are a few reactions from Kenyans;
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