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Lawyer Claim What Gov't is Panning to do to IEBC Servers Despite Azimio Demand, Sends a Bold Warning

Otiende Amollo, a lawyer and member of parliament for Rarieda, asserts that the Kenya Kwanza government has hired experts to infiltrate the IEBC system and alter the results, alleging that this is the primary reason why President William Ruto has rejected the requests of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance camp to open the servers.

Amollo stated on Sunday during the Azimio rally in Likoni, Mombasa County, that the government will eventually expose the servers, and if the results differ from the whistleblower's reports, the government will be responsible for what happens next.

The outspoken attorney also cautioned against a civil rights lobby group suing Jubilee party secretary general Jeremiah Kioni over his claims that Raila Odinga won the presidency with 8,1 million votes, stating that if Kioni is summoned, all attorneys in Azimio will present evidence that Raila won.

"They summoned Kioni on Friday to clarify his comments. We will be there with him and will instruct them to open the servers as soon as we arrive. "We will accept the report of the whistleblower.

"We are aware that they are frightened, and they have hired specialists to tamper with the servers so that when the time comes and they open the servers, we will be unable to obtain what we desire." "If we discover that something has been altered upon opening, the situation will be worse than it is currently."

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