Incumbent Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has rejected the just released General Election results that declared Susan Kihika winner in the gubernatorial race.
In a press address on Saturday afternoon, Kinyanjui questioned the voting pattern in some polling stations where the number of votes were similar.
“As a team we are currently speaking with our legal and other technical teams including ICT, with a view to taking necessary actions,” he said.
He added that the number of votes for each seat did not tally with the final figures, wondering how some people only voted for one person.
“Wanjiku votes and our responsibility is only to count what she has voted, we have no business manipulating what she has voted. Our conclusion is that the integrity of the process cannot be guaranteed and the outcomes do not reflect what Wanjiku did.”
Kinyanjui pointed an accusing finger at IEBC for the anomaly which cost him and others the seats.
He was accompanied by other Azimio la Umoja candidates who participated in the senatorial, women rep, MP and MCA contests.
They noted that the exercise was marred with irregularities, bribery, violence and the locking out of their agents in various polling stations.