Miguna's message to IEBC over 'contradicting evidence' at Supreme Court
Miguna has blasted the Commission over...
Speaking on NTV Kenya, Miguna said IEBC has a duty to deliver all evidence to the court without compulsion.
“IEBC has a duty to deliver all evidence to the court without compulsion” Miguna Miguna.
He added that IEBC is a public body and Kenyans pay for its existence and therefore they should deliver free, fair and transparent elections.
"The electoral body has a duty to deliver free, fair, and transparent election constitutionally, legally and even morally. They do not need anyone to tell them to do that or a petition to compel them to do that"
Miguna also added that IEBC does not need Raila to tell them to deliver evidence.
The aspirant was reacting after the court ordered IEBC to provide Nasa with all the forms used to declared the presidential results and the permission to access the server.
“The electoral body needs to explain to Kenyans that they conducted a fair, free and transparent election” added Miguna.
Earlier, the NASA team, through its lawyer Paul Mwangi had complained that they had been “stonewalled” and had not been allowed the read-only access as directed by the Supreme Court.
“They want to give already printed logs. It’s back to court in the morning,” Mwangi tweeted.
The Supreme Court on Monday ordered that the opposition “be granted a read-only access, which includes copying (if necessary) to” a list of 19 items that include IEBC servers, password policy, and matrix, certified copies of certificates of penetration tests conducted on the IEBC election technology.
However, the Commission replied saying they have not denied NASA access to its servers.
Led by Wafula Chebukati the commission said they have complied with orders as framed by the Supreme Court and maintained that all parties in the petition are going on with the scrutiny.
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