Juliana Cherera, the vice chair of the IEBC, has now alleged that the results were changed after she yesterday generated a disagreement among the other three commissioners on the outcome in Chebukati.
Cherena asserted that the four presidential contenders' total percentage approached 100% while speaking to the media this afternoon. She said that the additional 140,000 votes, or 0.01% of the total vote, were crucial in helping Dp Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua win the election.
The 0.01%, or 142,000 votes, had a considerable impact on the ultimate presidential outcome. The combined percentages of the results obtained by the four candidates for president "exceeded the 100% level," Julianna Cherera said.
Yesterday, Cherera and the other three commissioners questioned the conclusions reached by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati, contending that the tallying process lacked transparency since it was fundamentally opaque.
This is taking place as the country waits for Raila Odinga to make a crucial decision that would alter the course of the country.
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