Kenya Election Result: IEBC Produced 11000 Forms 34A, Not 29000 – Chiloba


Latest report has it that the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) has been able to produce 11000 forms 34As instead of the 28000 says Mr. Chiloba.

According to the information, the 11000 forms cannot add up to the over 14,000,000 votes already tallied that put Uhuru way ahead of his political Opponent Raila Odinga.

This announcement comes amid several protests carried out around the country following an alleged rigging of the just concluded election.

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The process is moving slow and already exhausting for both the Uhuru’s Jubilee party Raila’s Nasa as they patiently wait for a comprehensive conclusion of the process.

On Wednesday, the commission chairman Wafula Chebukati declared all results that have been streaming on our screens null or unofficial saying only the original 34A forms must be used to collate the final result.

Raila Odinga claimed the electoral system was hacked sent the IEBC into ‘manual’ mode yesterday as chairman Wafula Chebukati asked to check crucial forms 34A.



He also released results of his own parallel tallying centre, showing he won 8.1 million votes against President Uhuru Kenyatta’ 7.2 million. On Wednesday night, IEBC provisional figures gave Uhuru 7.9 million and Raila 6.5 million votes.

The 34A forms were being compared last night with what was transmitted from polling stations, reflected in form 34A, and then posted on the IEBC portal as provisional presidential results.

All presidential candidates and the IEBC compared their copies of the forms with those of the IEBC to ensure it tallies identically.

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The IEBC, on the other hand, said any manipulation of polling station Form 34A would be easily detected. Sources who spoke to the media at Bomas, which is the national tallying centre, claimed that most of the 34A forms reviewed so far have the same signature.

Following the scrutiny, the opposition team led by chief agent James Orengo will issue a statement on Thursday. Jubilee’s team is being led by Tuju and chief agent Davis Chirchir.