BY JOHN WERU,NAIROBI,23RD SEPT 2017-The Jubilee Party now wants the Directorate of Public Prosecutions to investigate Senator James Orengo and NASA Co-principal Musalia Mudavadi for illegally accessing the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s servers.
Addressing the press on Saturday 22nd Sept , Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju says the party has written to the Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko to commence investigation after Orengo acknowledged – in a letter to the electoral commission on August 10 – that the opposition alliance had accessed IEBC server logs.
After the announcement of President Kenyatta’s win after the August 8 elections, NASA held several press conferences claiming that IEBC systems had been hacked and numbers manipulated.
NASA also claimed to have been furnished with the accurate results from a “confidential source” within IEBC which indicated that Odinga had more votes than Kenyatta.
However the French firm that supplied the system said that no hacking was recorded on their servers.
Tuju also claims that forms used as evidence by the supreme court judges to nullify the presidential election of 8th August may have been deliberately corrupted and used by judges in favor of NASA. After the full Supreme Court judgment, the court didn’t find any individual culpable of election fraud and rather said what they found was a systematic institutional problem.
This comes even as NASA leaders on Friday gave Tobiko 72 hour to institute criminal proceeding against IEBC Chairperson Wafula Chebukati, CEO Ezra Chiloba and two other commissioners over irregularities witnessed in last month’s presidential election whose outcome was annulled by the Supreme Court.