The National Super Alliance (NASA) has given the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) a condition under which they will accept presidential results.
Speaking during a press briefing Friday afternoon, Siaya Senator James Orengo asked the electoral commission to allow the opposition to access all IEBC servers before declaring the presidential results.
He stated that the opposition had a five-page document that cited serious irregularities in tallying.
“Our last request to the commission is to allow us to access their servers and more particularly to audit the activity emerging from the transactions in their servers,” Orengo stated.
He added, “If they can open their servers and we look at them, we are prepared to accept results from those servers."
Orengo further challenged all religious and diplomatic leaders to encourage the commission to allow the server audit by NASA to take place.
He noted that in some polling stations, votes were taken away from NASA candidates and added to Jubilee candidates.
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi also asked IEBC not to rush in declaring the president without fully confirming all the facts.
He noted that results coming from polling stations were not gazetted, adding that IEBC was yet to receive 11,000 form 34As.
Mudavadi further clarified that on Thursday, NASA did not declare Raila Odinga as the president but was simply stating facts as they got them.