Julius Nyang'aya who is a commissioner of the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission has now claimed that three commissioners and a foreigner intercepted form 34As in the IEBC portal and changed results.
Julius Nyang'aya has filed the matter in the supreme court in his petition.Nyang'aya and three other commisioners including vice chairperson Juliana Cherera distanced themselves from results announced the the chairperson of the commission Wafula Chebukati.
The four commissioners have all filed petitions at the supreme court where they accused Wafula Chebukati of being opaque during the tallying process.
The Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission is in a great division since the commissioners have been disagreeing publickly.Recently vice chairperson Juliana Cherera claimed that Chebukati did not consult them concerning the postponement of elections in Kakamega and Mombasa counties.
The supreme court will however determine the fate of the petitions that have been filed and deliver judgement before 5th september.
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