The Azimio leader Raila Odinga has alleged that there are over 2000 hackers who have been hired by Kenya Kwanza to manipulate the IEBC servers. The Azimio leader Raila Odinga is clear that Azimio has intelligence and it's closely watching of what's happening.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Kenyans/status/1662087534480957440?t=rCFPZsi9qFpKmgBliUo6-Q&s=19
The Azimio leader Raila Odinga is firm and clear that the servers clearly shows that he won the August 9th polls and that's what Azimio do not want to accept. Raila Odinga has made it clear that the allegations that polling station is the server is badly misleading.
Raila Odinga has made it known that of the 2000 hackers change the IEBC results against his favour, he will reject. Raila Odinga has affirmed that the IEBC servers clearly shows that he didn't lose the election to Ruto.
Kenyans are however waiting to know of when Raila Odinga will present results from his agents in a single polling station to dispute IEBC results. Raila Odinga has been speaking about servers but not a single polling station has been produced to show different results from what's in the IEBC portal.
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