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Martha Koome's SCOK Thrown Under the Bus for Doing Injustice in Raila's Petition Against Ruto’s Win

The Supreme Court of Kenya rubbished the evidence that Raila Odinga had presented before the seven-judge bench during the August President Election as "hot air and wild goose chase" and went ahead to confirmed William Ruto as duly elected President. However, it has emerged that there was an injustice that was allegedly done to the petitioners who included Raila Amolo Odinga and his running mate Martha Karua.

This is after a new report by AfriCOG and KPTJ indicated that there is irrefutable evidence that confirmed interference with IEBC technology during last election.

According to details, authorisation logs confirmed that there were outsiders who accessed the server before, during and after elections.

According to the report by Africa Centre for Open Governance and Kenyans for Peace with Truth & Justice, the Supreme Court registrar who led the scrutiny exercise of the IEBC servers did not do justice to the petitioners (Raila and Karua) as her report to the seven judges did not have critical information.

It emerges that the new evidence contradicts the report by Registrar of SCOK. This is because the Registrar indicated in her report to the judges that there was no log deletions on IEBC servers but new evidence shows the contrary.

"There was evidence of log deletions from the IEBC server two days before the election, on August 6, yet the Registrar's report (page 21 issue No. 5) indicates there were no deletions," the report by AfriCOG and KPTJ says.

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