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FAKE, Star Newspaper Dismisses Claim That Chebukati Was Bribed

A PDF copy purporting to be that of the Star newspaper with a banner headline claiming IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati was bribed is fake.

The fake copy doing rounds on social media has a headline stating that Chebukati was allegedly bribed $3 million (Sh358,500,000) to influence the awarding of ballot paper printing tender to Greek firm Inform P Lykos.The fake copy of the PDF is dated July 7, 2022.

Sources say Mr Chebukati changed into leading a whole gathering of the charge on the Anniversary Towers to arranged the impact of Raila Odinga's withdrawal from the October 26 race.

Notwithstanding, after a drawn out wheeling and dealing, the executive 'pardoned himself' and left the gathering articulating he had various responsibilities and mentioned CEO Ezra Chiloba to sum up what that they'd referenced and converse with the country.Soon after leaving, magistrates Roselyn Akombe and Margaret Mwachanya noticed him, abandoning the contrary 4.

"Closely resembles the director changed into irritated and didn't have to own special the decision of the whole," a stock at IEBC said.

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