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Raila Leaks The Role Of Venezuelan Hackers In The Just Concluded Elections

by Paul Nyongesa
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Azimio la Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga says his legal team has enough evidence to prove that foreigners were allegedly used to rig the August 9 presidential election.

Speaking to his supporters at KICC, the ODM party leader alleged that Venezueleans were involved in a poll rigging plot. He also alleged that the foreigners were brought into Kenya to steal Azimio’s victory, but added that his coalition is confident justice will prevail.

“We have enough evidence to show foreigners, those people from Venezuela, were brought into the country to try to steal our victory but it won’t be possible,” said Mr Odinga.

The matter of the Venezuelans is also one of the arguments he makes in his Supreme Court petition, brought before court on Monday. In the petition, Mr Odinga’s legal team argues that three Venezuelans had the ability to remotely access and manipulate IEBC’s data.

“Combined with the capability of the foreigners and anyone in possession of the contents and information in the electronic devices to remotely access and manipulate the entire IEBC data; and the manifest discrepancies and irregularities manifest during the General Election and the tallying, verification of count and declaration of the presidential election result; it is the inevitable conclusion that not only was the presidential election not secure, it is not verifiable, accountable, neutral or transparent,” Mr Odinga’s petition states.

In the August 9 elections, the former prime minister was up against his main rival, Kenya Kwanza coalition leader William Ruto,Roots Party presidential candidate Professor George Wajackoyah and Agano Party’s David Mwaure.

Dr Ruto was eventually declared by IEBC chairperson Mr Wafula Chebukati as the President elect after garnering 50.49 percent of votes.

However, Mr Odinga has disputed the declaration alleging massive irregularities in the process, culminating in his presidential petition filed at the supreme court on Monday afternoon.

“I want to tell Kenyans that we have enough evidence and we are confident that truth and justice will prevail at the Supreme Court. I urge you to be calm but vigilant as we start the court process,” he said.

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