The National Super Alliance (Nasa) has put together evidence it says will prove the statutory results declaration forms provided by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) are defective and cannot be relied on.
The evidence comprises missing or questionable security features in Forms 34A (from the polling centres) and 34B (from the constituency tallying centres), unsigned or unstamped documents, those signed by un-gazetted IEBC officials — including an observer, forms stamped with unofficial IEBC stamp and a tabulation of un-gazetted polling stations among others.
After filing the written submissions and interlocutory applications on Friday, Nasa lawyer James Orengo, who is among those representing Mr Raila Odinga and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka, hinted at the kind of evidence they have when he spoke to the waiting press at the Supreme Court entrance.
“I think we have a bombshell and we will demonstrate there was a fraud, a forgery committed in respect of these elections of monstrous proportions. Many of the papers IEBC has filed and which they also gave to us, a majority of them are forgeries, they are fake, they do not have the security features that are required in accordance with their own guidelines and manuals and under the law. Therefore we are ready to go,” he said.
Yesterday during the pre-trial conference, Orengo took a bigger bite at the IEBC by effectively defending the application by Raila to demand access to their servers.