OT-Morpho Is Lying: Supreme Court And IEBC Chairman Confirmed IEBC's Electronic System Was Hacked.
The French Firm OT-Morpho which supplied the so called Kenya Intergrated Management System [KIEMS], electronic kit for election purposes- has vehemently denied allegations of hacking into the IEBC electronic system.
Yet a report by the supreme court which ordered an audit of electronic system to ascertain allegations of hacking revealed that some form of unauthorized entry into the system was detected.
Furthermore, in his infamous memo, IEBC chairman ordered his colleague who is IEBC's CEO Mr Ezra Chiloba to explain why his [chairman's password] and other electronic security credentials were used more than 800 times in different locations to gain unauthorized access into the IEBC's IT system.
Sadly, IEBC's influential officials declined to give court mandated IT experts and officials representing Jubilee and NASA unrestricted access to electronic devises so as holistic audit could be done. In fact, IEBC officials should be prosecuted for disobeying this particular court order.
Nevertheless, the limited access that necessitated some partial audit of the electronic system revealed shocking information how the system was compromised mostly by IEBC's officials to distort results and destroy the integrity of our electoral system.
Perhaps we need to define the meaning of the term hacking within the context of electronic systems so as defensive IEBC officials, OT-Morpho and Jubilee supporters can understand. Hacking is basically defined as illegal use of computer to gain unauthrized access to data.
Bottom line is IEBC system was hacked. OT-Morpho should be investigated further perhaps as a co-conspirator in enabling a fraudulent election. It should also be banned from doing business in Kenya.