Azimio La Umoja leader Raila Odinga has revealed crucial details about the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) servers. While addressing a delegation at Kalanzo Musyoka's Yatta ranch, the former Prime Minister revealed that over 2000 hackers had been hired to interfere with the data at the IEBC servers. Odinga's allegations on manipulation of the IEBC servers come after weeks of Azimio La Umoja's demand for the government to grant access to the IEBC servers for forensic audit.
Azimio La Umoja have occasionally demanded that the servers be opened in order to verify the credibility of the August 9, 2022 general elections. Demand by Azimio prompted the formation of the bipartisan talks which were brout to a halt earlier this week after the two sides failed to reach a conclusive agreement.
Odinga was among the many top politicians and activists who were present during the Azimio, Wiper party conference at Kalonzo's Yatta ranch.
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