A damning revelation by a whistleblower on how the presidential vote tallies were allegedly manipulated has thrown more doubt on the credibility of this year’s elections.
In an affidavit before the Supreme Court, the whistleblower – whose identity is concealed – confesses he was part of a team of 56 people dubbed “The Team” who had been recruited to manipulate results.
“A team of 10 computer specialists headed ‘The Team’ to undertake the task,” says the whistleblower who is quoted in the court documents.
According to the whistleblower, they were commissioned to receive forms 34A that were sent to their server “where ‘The Team’ edited the results before uploading them on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) portal.”
Forms 34A are used to document presidential results from the polling stations. The county returning officers complete and sign the document, which is
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