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Calm returns to Kisumu after police crackdown

By From the web | August 14th 2017

Abraham Misoi: I just don't get it. The recounting was done in broad daylight after the electronic results were challenged and there were no changes. The loss by NASA was clear and I don't understand what their supporters are rioting about. This is shameful because no vote was stolen.

Musa Wa Musa: You surely do not get it. Where did you attend the broad daylight recounting of votes? We should all condemn the rioting, though.

Musa Ariwi: The IEBC transmission system worked perfectly. This was proved by the final results that were based on the legally binding forms 34As, 34Bs, and ultimately the 34C. There was hardly any variation between the Results Transmission System (RTS) and the final results that were declared.

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