Audit shows no hacking of Kenya vote system: French firm

An IEBC official holds a KIEMS gadget during tallying at Nyeri Technical in Nyeri town on August 9, 2017. A French biometrics firm that supplied the system to IEBC denies claims that it was hacked. PHOTO | JOSEPH KANYI | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Without the full ruling from the court, it is unclear to what extent this influenced the outcome of the election.
  • Incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta was ascribed 54 per cent of the vote.



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