Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua now claims the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC)'s servers are holding results different from what chairman Wafula Chebukati declared.
As per the IEBC chair, President William Ruto garnered over 7.1 million votes to be declared duly elected head of state, with Raila Odinga trailing in second place with over 6.9 million votes.
However, a whistle-blower came forth claiming the 2022 presidential vote in its entirety failed the transparency and credibility test.
According to the international organisation, which worked with informers from the commission, filth penetrated into the vote thus compromising its outcome.
Referencing the whistleblower's account of events in the vote, Karua said the electoral agency conspired with unnamed people to rob the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party presidential candidate of his win.
Taking to Twitter, Karua, who run for the presidency towing on Raila Odinga, suggested the presidential vote was marred with electoral malpractices, adding that the truth is borne in the servers which the IEBC has not laid bare to the public.
"As citizens, we have a right to information, the truth lies in the servers, those doubting the whistle-blower's data should demand servers be laid bare, we have to get to the bottom of this to free Kenya once and for all from electoral deceit," she said.
Karua now wants the doubting Thomases to demand access to the servers.
Her assertion ignited debate among Kenyans; while a section sided with her, others argued the elections are over and should be treated as water under the bridge.