Raila has given a detailed account of how hackers accessed IEBC servers and manipulated election results .
The NASA leader has called on Kenyans to remain calm as his team follows up with IEBC to try resolve the issue.
Raila has urged IEBC not to declare Uhuru the winner untill matter raised by NASA team have been resolved.
To summarise; Raila ODINGA, Kalonzo Musyoka affirm elections MUST be about the Sovereign Will of the People of Kenya, firmly REJECT results as streamed by IEBC, parade paper-trail evidence of interference with IEBC system between 12noon and 5pm on 8th Aug.; urge Kenyans to keep CALM. NASA scheduled to share with Kenyans results tallied at the ‘cloud’
Incase IEBC goes ahead to declare Uhuru the winner the NASA will contest the results at the supreme court.
Last night the International Community Observers Missions threatened to storm out of Bomas if flawed figures that were being streamed without solid back up documents stopped.
IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati and his team convened a crisis meeting with NASA and Jubilee agents to calm the waters.
“UHURU MUST GO HOME“
Raila refused to concede defeat, saying IEBC has published faulty results.
“It gives Uhuru votes that were not cast. Uhuru must go home. We do not need him as our leader and IEBC must be held accountable,” he said.
“We are telling our people not to accept results, stay calm as we get deep into this.”
The NASA principal further claimed no election was conducted and noted the President claimed he will win with or without votes.
“In his words, Uhuru said he did not need voters to win an election. Don’t accept results that are fraudulent.”
The National Super Alliance earlier rejected results of the general election saying they don’t represent the will of Kenyans.
Raila said they are concerned the outcome is not in line with the law. He added it was defeating that despite IEBC agreeing to follow the law, the tallies from the constituencies were not put up.
Currently, Uhuru has 7,684,411 votes against Raila’s 6,310,940 from 37,687 out of 40,883 polling stations.