Raila's team makes final demand to IEBC
Some of the demands, analysts say, would be hard
Speaking to the press at the Bomas of Kenya, NASA's chief Musalia Mudavadi has demanded that the IEBC should allow all the parties interested verify the raw data of the results being displayed by IEBC.
Mudavadi has also alluded that several results have been received from un-gazetted polling constituencies, raising questions of the credibility of the exercise.
"A lot of anomalies have been found in what is coming from the field and the officers," Mudavadi told reporters in a Nairobi press conference.
In addition, NASA has seemed to loosen its noose on an earlier stand to declare Raila Odinga the winner of the concluded polls and has now asked the IEBC not to announce presidential results until all documents are received and scrutinised.
On the other hand, Siaya Senator elect James Orengo has said that NASA "can only accept results of the election if IEBC opens servers and they are satisfied that what is in it is correct."
He added: "If we can all look at the servers, then we will accept to be defeated. We challenge the IEBC to allow us in compliance with the law."
Meanwhile NASA's technical team chairman and Economist David Ndii has exposed that the team has yet another tallying centre in Arusha Tanzania.
On Thursday, NASA team led by Musalia Mudavadi demanded that Raila Odinga and hi running mate Kalonzo Musyoka be declared the president and deputy president elect respectively, a state the team ha vehement,y denied in the previous press conference.
Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or: