Published On: Wed, Aug 9th, 2017

Kenyan opposition expresses doubt over presidential election’s credibility

 Expressing doubt over the credibility of the presidential elections, the Kenyan opposition has alleged that the election result has been hacked and manipulated. It is not the first time that the opposition parties have expressed doubts over the high profile elections. Even the United States presidential election came under the shadow of doubts when the Democratic parties alleged the Russian hackers colluded with the Republicans in order to alter the election result. Just like in the United States, the margin between the opposition presidential candidate and ruling regimes representative has been very narrow. Raila Odinga has been the candidate of the opposition, while President Uhuru Kenyatta has himself represented the ruling regime. As per the media report, Mr Kenyatta has secured 54.5 per cent vote share in the presidential elections while his opponent, Mr Odinga, has grabbed 44.6% vote share. Kenyan election officials have officially acknowledged the report published in the media and have said that only 91 per cent vote has been counted.


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Kenyan opposition expresses doubt over presidential election’s credibility