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Why are the Presidential Votes on IEBC Website Still Increasing?

Three days after IEBC announced President-elect, the votes are still increasing

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At the same time, NASA flag bearer Raila Odinga came in second with 6,762,224 votes

Odinga rejected the results highlighting that the IEBC servers had been hacked.

The former Prime Minister denounced the electoral body stating that the results displayed on the IEBC website were fake.

Plive.co.ke has been keeping track on the IEBC website and strangely the votes have been increasing three days after IEBC boss Wafula Chebukati declared Mr. Kenyatta as the President-elect.

At the time of this reporting, President Kenyatta had 8,214,777 votes while Mr. Odinga had 6,813,939 votes.

These results were according to 40,828 polling stations out of 40,883.

Last week,  IEBC told the public that the votes on their website were according to what had been keyed on the KIEMS by polling station officers.

Here is a photo from the website:

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