The anti-graft crusade organisation Mars Group Kenya has published its independent list of tallying as extracted from the official documents filed by the Independent Election and Boundaries Commission and which has reported glaring discrepancies.
Mars Group CEO Mwalimu Mati said his team has been working on the documents since March 5 and was still continuing with its profiling of results but some particularly for constituencies were yet to be made public by IEBC.
Said Mati in the announcement: “ Mars Group Kenya has begun to publish its independent tally of the Presidential Election results - extracted from the 33,400 Form 34 polling stream documents from all over Kenya .”
The independent tally of results was published as Kenyans waited with bated breadth the verdict of the Supreme Court after Raila Odinga moved to Court to challenge Uhuru Kenyatta and Jubilee’s win in the March 4 election.
The Supreme Court judges were expected to rule on whether President elect Uhuru Kenyatta and deputy William Ruto were validly elected declared winners by the electoral commission.
The Supreme Court judges are expected to rule on whether the March 4 poll was conducted in a free, fair, transparent and credible manner in
The judges will decide whether rejected votes ought to have been included in deciding final tallies of votes in favour of each of the presidential candidates.:
The six judges will also to decide what declarations, orders and reliefs sought by three petitioners the Supreme Court can grant based rulings on the first three issues.
For more details you can visit the Mars Group tallies at: http://election.marsgroupkenya.org/2013/marsaudit/discrepancies/