Declare Raila President Elect immediately - NASA

NASA said Raila Odinga was the duly elected President of the Republic of Kenya.

Speaking during a press conference in Nairobi, Principal Musalia Mudavadi flanked by Raila Odinga directed IEBC to declare Raila president and stop the transmitting of the presidential results.

Mudavadi said that they had received figures from confidential sources within the IEBC that reveal that Raila had garnered 8, 041, 726 votes while President Uhuru Kenyatta had 7, 755, 428 votes.

"The numbers generated by IEBC have serious anomalies. We hope IEBC will do what is correct," Mudavadi added.

The NASA principals disclosed that they had a formal meeting with IEBC Chairperson Wafula Chebukati and several commissioners where they represented their complaints of the tallying process.

"We are releasing to the media and the public the undoctored, authentic and legitimate results of the presidential elections as contained in the IEBC server," Mudavadi affirmed.

All throughout  the press conference Raila remained silent as Mudavadi read his speech.

On Wednesday, Raila had claimed that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) data base has been hacked saying some unknown persons infiltrated the data base and manipulated results to give Kenyatta more votes.

The NASA leader revealed that the hackers used credentials from the late IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando to access the IEBC main server and give false results.

However, on Thursday afternoon, IEBC Chairman Ezra Chiloba insisted that the claims were false although he admitted there were hacking attempts though they were not successful.

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