This is RAILA ODINGA’s explosive evidence that his ICT experts found inside IEBC servers - UHURU is gone!

Wednesday August 30, 2017 - On Monday, the Supreme Court granted the National Super Alliance (NASA) access to IEBC servers to extract evidence to aid Raila Odinga in his case seeking to overturn the election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In the scrutiny of the servers, NASA experts unearthed serious discrepancies in 90 Form 34Bs that affected nearly five million votes.

Other discrepancies as listed by NASA and presented to court by Raila Odinga’s lawyer, James Orengo, include;-

1. There were 3,395 failed log in attempts while the access control list only provides for 341 users. In the same instance, 3,851 successful log in attempts were made.

2. The KIEMS system gives read only authorizations and no deletion of files is granted but IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati’s account was used multiple times to transfer, delete and modify files.

3. Forms 34 A and Bs were uploaded to...

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  1. There is nothing explosive here. Even you go to an ATM machine and forget your PIN number. That is why they give you three attempts before they block your card. So if 341 users had been given access do the maths, each user is given a number of attempted failed in attempts before being blocked and it may have been more than three as this is a computer.

    Read only access was given to NASA not to chebukati. Chebukati was the user of the computer so he had full authorization. Don't lie to Kenyans. How can a worker be given read only access? How was chebukati going to upload files by just having read only access?

  2. These NASANITES should have used an IT expert to explain to them how a system works. This report is full of contradiction and written by a person who has no IT knowlwledge. It has just displayed their ignorance and illiteracy.

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