Understanding IEBC servers and why Azimio wants an audit- Experts

ICT lecturer John Walubengo however said that the only way to have the electoral agency servers opened was through a legal process and not demonstrating on the streets.

"When you want the server to be opened, there is a process to follow. Azimio can either petition the Supreme Court or ask for the information through the ombudsman. The Access to Information Act of 2016 allows a taxpayer to ask for any information from the State," Walubengo said.

Their sentiments come on the back of Azimio's second phase of protests, with one of their many demands being that IEBC servers be opened.

According to Azimio leader Raila Odinga, access to IEBC servers is the only way to verify the presidential election results of 2022.

On the other hand, the Kenya Kwanza alliance insists that they have no access to the servers and therefore they are not in a position to open them.