NASA says the attacks at it’s votes tallying center  will not affect their plans

NASA says the attacks at it’s votes tallying center will not affect their plans

BY KORIR JUMA,NAIROBI,5TH AUGUST 2017-The national Super Alliance votes tallying center  in Nairobi  has been attacked by unknown people who walked a way with computers and other important documents.

The Friday night raid at the offices  in Wastelands in Nairobi has raised many questions with many asking who could be behind such incident which comes just two days to August 8 Elections.NASA’s chief officer Nomarn Magaya  has confirmed that attack  at the Sifa Towers  saying  police raided that offices  at around 8pm Friday  destroying property  and arresting two employees.

According to Magaya the incident  is political motivated and meant to intimidate the opposition.

However Nairobi  police commandant Japhet Koome  has refuted Mgaya’s claims saying police  were  not involved.

Addressing the press on Saturday 5th August  on the incident National Super Alliance Principal Musalia Mudavadi and Siaya Senator James Orengo condemned the incident terming it an act of cowardice.

 

The two also said NASA was not shaken and it will still carry on with its responsibility of tallying their votes  as that was just one of the several such centers the coalition had set up. They added that the raid will not affect their plans as there was a back up for the same center.

 

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