'Uhuru Kenyatta must go,' Kenya opposition demands
00:14, Aug 12, 2017
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"They (the results) are fictitious, they are fake", he told a news conference, saying the election board was required by law to display forms signed by party observers from each polling center certifying the results and had not done so.
Supporters of opposition presidential candidate Raile Odinga took to the streets of this capital and other important cities today to protest against what they call electoral fraud in favor of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
NAIROBI, KENYA-The database of Kenya's election commission was unsuccessfully targeted by a hacking attempt, a top official said Thursday, disputing allegations by opposition leader Raila Odinga that hackers were able to infiltrate the computer system and manipulate results against him following Tuesday's vote.
At least six people have been killed in protest violence, Aljazeera reports, and onlookers fear a repeat of post-2007 election violence which saw over 1000 people killed in the months following the elections.
Raw polling data published on its website says that with nearly all of results in, Mr Kenyatta - who is seeking a second term - is leading with about 54.3%, to Mr Odinga's 44.8% share of the vote.
She praised the IEBC for conducting a thorough and transparent electoral process, but said she wouldn't comment on allegations of hacking.
"The commission has done its best to ensure a credible election", said Chebukati. "The results show Raila garnered 8.04 million votes and Uhuru 7.7 million", he said.
Thabo Mbeki, the former South African president in charge of the African Union observer mission, has praised the poll so far. European Union observers said on Thursday that they saw no signs of manipulation in the voting process, calling on whoever wins the election to try to heal political divisions in the country. Multiple people have reportedly been killed as a result of the unrest.
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Police are now searching for several suspects and will stay at the park this evening to investigate, KPIX reported. Another hospitalised victim is a minor and no details of his condition were being released, Andrew said.
The Kenya Integrated Electoral Management System (KIEMS) will be used to identify voters and transmit results. Details about the lady who was found dead alongside IEBC ICT Manager Chris Msando have been revealed.
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