Kenya’s Democracy on Trial, a movement associated with Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has moved online to make Kenyans aware of why they have moved to court against the elections body IEBC for declaring Uhuru Kenyatta as Kenya’s fourth president-elect.
In the few days after elections the team has had several meetings, events and discussed dossiers which they say are evidence of election malpractices, but they say they have not received media attention. Launching a website and going online on Twitter, Facebook and several forums will likely put their evidence to many Kenyans who are themselves lovers of social media.
The site has the CORD petition in summary, the parties manifesto, election results from various counties, court affidavits and several other confidential documents regarding their dispute. There are voter registers as free downloads and social media snapshots.
You can log on and read the statements yourself here. TechMoran is not affiliated to any wing and has staff supporting both CORD and TNA and other parties, we respect the opinion of our brothers and sisters and will respect the decision of the Supreme Court on the petition, we wish both parties the best.