After the opposition leader, Odinga says elections database was hacked
Polls have officially closed in Kenya and vote tallying is underway.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga says the elections database was hacked and the results breached using the murdered EC official’s identity.
According to him, he is in the lead per the tally of his party’s agents.
Police have fired teargas in Kisumu to disperse about a 100 chanting supporters of Odinga who are agitating against the results.
Out of the over 80% of votes counted Wednesday morning, Uhuru Kenyatta leads with 7,618,943 votes and Raila Odinga trails with 6241496 votes from 37,514 out of 40,883 polling stations, according to IEBC.
Two protesters are reported dead in Mathare but the cause of their death is unknown.