By Kamadi Amata
The Supreme court judges have disclosed that the process of accessing IEBC servers has been completed.
Judge Isaac Lenaola briefed the court saying the judges had been informed that the compliance exercise at the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission( IEBC) was completed on Wednesday night.
”Judge Isaac Lenaola: As far as the court is concerned, the process at IEBC is complete and re-counting at Forodha house is soon coming to an end”, Judge Lenaola.
“As far as our team is concerned, the process at the IEBC is finished… And the process at Forodha House is coming to an end shortly,” Lenaola added.
However, Raila Odinga’s lawyer Philip Murgor had earlier told the court that they witnessed multiple deletions in IEBC servers during the limited access they were granted on Wednesday.
Murgor said that the electoral body was only allowing them access to one server, out of the eight used to conduct the August 9 election.
“With the limited access provided yesterday to server number 5 our team was able to observe a large number of deletions. We are concerned the delay on the part of IEBC is to delete vital data.”
– S.C Philip Murgor
He added that IEBC had only provided limited access to server number five.