NASA lawyers are accusing IEBC of denying them access to the servers more than 24 hours after the Supreme Court ordered the scrutiny.
“At IEBC. We’ve been stonewalled. No read only access. They want to give already printed logs. It’s back to court in the morning,” Nasa lawyer Paul Mwangi tweeted Tuesday morning.
The Nasa lawyers said that their agents, as well as those of Jubilee, stayed at IEBC until 4.30am on Tuesday as they waited to be granted the court-ordered access to no avail.
Instead of granting access, the opposition lawyers told the Nation that IEBC was instead giving them some computer logs they had downloaded about a week ago “which we rejected.”
By 5.00AM Noah Akala one of the NASA team agents posted on Faceboo:
“It is exactly 5:14AM and our team is still here at the Commission awaiting “read only access” to the IEBC server.
We have been ready since 4:00pm and they HAVE NOT cooperated with the Supreme Court orders for the same.
We have not been given the logs, the IP addresses, the GPRS location tags of the KIEMS kits, the time stamps…..Nothing!
We’ve been given two folders containing unsigned/unstamped documents bearing no names or bearers of responsibility and no information of substance. They have shared less than 1% of what was ordered by court.
They know that if we are granted this access, the THIEF will be unveiled!”
At around 10.20am, Lawyer Paul Mwangi again tweeted that scrutiny has not moved an inch.
“Just from IEBC. There is no one. Exercise was to continue this morning after stalemate yesterday at 4.30am. Now no access to meeting room,” Mr Mwangi said.