National Assembly Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi has launched a fresh war on Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officials. Wandayi has launched a fresh war on IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati and CEO Hussein Marjan. The legislator has accused IEBC chair Chebukati & CEO Marjan of misusing public resources on foreign trips from September to date.
The political tension and temperetures have reduced and the anxiety that was disturbing Kenyans is also fading away. This political tension and temperetures have been redirected to National and senate assembly where leaders are expected to battle it out. Well with time moving with speed Kenyans are tired.
The first supreme court petition hearing was conducted today at the Milimani high court grounds. Several lawyers representing the interested groups were present in there. Azimio la Umoja lawyers and others representing the petitioners were granted the first chance to present their pleas to the court. Among the issues presented by lawyer Nyamodi was that Chebukati didn't assign the four commissioners led by Cherera verification and tallying duties but rather he assigned them to Professor Guliye and CEO Marjan Hussein Marjan.
Wilson Nyakundi, a journalist, has asked the National Assembly to take action against the four because, he says, they botched the August 9 general elections. Mr. Nyakundi's suit is based on the boardroom battles that occurred within the Commission during electioneering. Nyakundi relies on the sworn statements of the four dissident IEBC commissioners, who say that they had nothing to do with counting the presidential votes or making sure they were correct.
The ongoing political allingnments at the supereme court is opening his conversations among the political class as the petition continues. The Azimio la Umoja one Kenya Alliance coalation is well prepared with their legal team receiving their time to present their care before the Supreme court. Lawyer Nyamondi has revealed a claim that tallying was only carried out by the Chairman of IEBC Wafula Chebukati.
Chebukati Recounts Ugly Bomas Incident On 15th, Laments No single Arrest Has Been Made By Government
While attending the last send-off of the slain Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission officer that served as returning officer for Embakasi East, Chebukati took time to reflect on what happened at Bomas of Kenya on the 15th day of August 2022. While addressing the mourners, Mr chairman Chebukati Wafula was hopeful that action shall be taken to bring the perpetrators to book and that justice shall be delivered to the family of the late Daniel Musyoka.
Former Jubilee party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has now admitted that he actually had audience with IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati in his office. This admission comes barely a day after Chebukati dragged Tuju's name among those who tried to intimidate him to alter presidential election results in favor of Azimio leader Raila Odinga.
The political tension and temperatures have subsided, and the worry that plagued Kenyans is likewise diminishing. This political tension and temperature have been channeled to the National and Senate assemblies, where it is anticipated that leaders will engage in combat. With time passing so quickly, Kenyans are exhausted.
Even though Chebukati, Abdi Guliye, Boya Molu, and CEO Hussein Marjan won their case challenging the results of the presidential election, they are not yet celebrating Uhuru. A Kenyan citizen petitioned the Kenyan National Assembly to have the four removed from office for gross violations of the Constitution and other forms of misconduct.
Independent Electral commission, Wafula Chebukati. Photo courtesy Independent Electral commission Official has opened up on the issue of someone trying to hack into their system with an aim of rigging election. According to Marjan, their is nothing like someone hacked their system. He has continued by saying that they anticipate those movies hence employed mechanism to block such attempts.
All is not well for Chebukati despite the supreme court's yesterday victory. He will soon return to court after a new lawsuit was yesterday filed at the high Court asking for the removal of him and three other people from office. The High Court of Kenya has received a complaint from journalist Milton Nyakundi asking for the resignation of Wafula Chebukati, the CEO of the IEBC, as well as commissioners Abdi Guliye and Boya Molu.
With Tallying of presidential votes Being conducted at the Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi County, there is no doubt that security is one of the key focus that has been established during this electioneering period. According to sources, the Indipendent Electoral Board Commision through Marjan has assured Kenyans that the type Information and Technology system they are using to relay the different results is safe from malicious individuals such as hackers.
Some few days ago, the Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commision, IEBC through their CEO Mr Marjan suspended Mrs Ruth Kalundu over what he claimed to be the violation of the commision laws. This decision left Mrs Kalundu out of her offices sparking some mixed reactions in the country expecially in the opposition where the Azimio legislators started demonstration around the IEBC offices.
Hussein Marjan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), has denied claims that the Commission's computer systems were compromised. On Friday, August 12, Marjan asserted that the IEBC systems are extremely secure and impossible to breach.
The Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has dropped a shocking announcement this evening concerning the trending allegations that the system relaying presidential results has been hacked. Speaking to the media at the Bomas on Friday, CEO Hussein Marjan has confirmed that indeed there has been hacking attempts made since Thursday.
Late today Independent Electral Boundary Commission CEO Marjan Hussein was live on tv stations addressing all nation, he was speaking in particularly concerning the counting of votes which has made every Kenyan curious on what is going on. He started by warning Kenyans who are spreading fake news that the systems are not intact, he has assured every Kenyan citizen that all the systems are fairing on well and nothing in particular can make the systems not to work.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has assured Kenyans that the IT infrastructure they are using to transmit results is secure. Sources say a total of 200 attempts to break into the system were made between Thursday evening and Friday morning. Star discovered that an operative working for one of the major factions had once tried to break into the Bomas computer system.
Ruth Kulundu, who boasted of 12 years of experience in managing elections, was praised by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati when she was named deputy CEO in March. However, less than a year later, at the end of Chebukati's term, Kulundu has emerged as a villain.
Marjan: "We know people are not sleeping, they want to make sure our systems are down." IEBC CEO Marjan Hussein has dismissed claims that the commission's servers and systems had been compromised. Marjan said they had anticipated such incidents and placed all mechanisms to secure the system.
People in Kenya are concerned about the security of their votes at this moment. Kenyans have been reassured by the CEO of the IEBC that their systems and votes are secure. Marjan spoke to the nation today after several rumors of election cheating surfaced around the nation. The Kenya Kwanza alliance asserts that their rivals have attempted to rig the election.