NASA wants Safran-Morpho out
The opposition National Super Alliance (NASA) now wants French biometric system supplier, Safran Morpho, stopped from supplying the Independent Electoral ad Boundaries Commission (IEBC) with voter identification and results transmission technology in the fresh Presidential Election.
NASA leaders, who were speaking on Saturday, September 16 during an rally in Bungoma, say that the company’s KIEMS kits were used in manipulating the bungled August 8 Presidential results outcome and therefore cannot be trusted to run another election.
Despite the firm on Saturday, September 16 assuring that its systems were not hacked to compromise the presidential results transmission, NASA leaders have now termed the audit a total hogwash insisting that the company cannot conduct a self audit yet it refused to open its servers for scrutiny 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,” said NASA presidential candidate, Raila Odinga.
Local opposition leadership, led by Co-principals Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi, blasted a section of August 8 election losers for trooping to pay homage to president Uhuru Kenyatta at state house, re-affirming that the Luhyia bloc was not for auction.
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