Details of Sh200 Million bribe to IEBC
Fresh details have emerged on how the IEBC was awarded Sh200 Million by....
The legislators demanded that the French firm leave the country over its contribution to the bungled polls which the Supreme Court ruled had been marred with irregularities and illegalities.
Safran provided the electronic systems that identified Kenyan voters and transmitted election results.
In a September 7 letter, Nasa co-principal Musalia Mudavadi, wrote to the French government demanding action against Safran and Morpho companies over the bungled polls.
“We wish to bring to your attention that in providing the said ICT support services to the commission, the subject companies have been involved in unethical acts that may amount to criminal activities under the Elections Act and the Elections Offences Act of the Laws of Kenya,”he wrote.
The coalition accused Safran of allowing unauthorised access to its servers and manipulating the transmission of results.
They have also accused the firm of "fraudulently displaying fake statistics on a public portal purporting the same to be results of the elections".
NASA said Safran also refused to provide access to the Kenya elections servers and transactions logs as directed by the Supreme Court.
“We want a new supplier of election technology materials. We will not take part in any elections unless all those who were responsible for irregularities in the nullified presidential election have been cleared,” NASA leader Raila Odinga stated.
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