It has been claimed that members of the National Police Service (NPS) went to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) National Tallying Centre in Nairobi in order to collect sufficient evidence ahead of the investigations that would soon take center stage.
According to the news anchor for Citizen TV, Jeff Koinange, the Hillary Mutyambai Commission went to the Bomas of Kenya in order to collect data from closed- circuit television (CCTV) cameras in order to assist in the Investigations.
" News that is pertinent to the situation. " " After airing Chebukati' s response to the claims made by the four dissenting Commissioners, Jeft stated the following.
" Officers from the South African National Police Service have collected CCTV files from the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission' s National Tallying Centre at Bomas. These files have been sent on for further forensic analysis to assist in their investigations. " Jeff Koinange said.
This comes as the Chairman of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, Wafula Chebukati, has issued a call for the immediate arrest of all those who were involved in the killing of the Embakasi East Returning Officer.
Please click here to access the video link, which can be found on the Citizen TV Facebook page beginning at 4: 50 minutes.
This comes after the announcement of the presidential results, as well as the dismissal of an IEBC official who was found date after three days of going missing, and the chaos that was witnessed at the Bomas of Kenya prior to the announcement of the presidential results.
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