The claims by National Super Alliance (NASA) that IEBC website was hacked to favor incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta to win the 2017 general election are just baseless and unproductive.
Needless to say that the IT expert, FIDEL GONDI aka KAKI GONDI, who gave details on how the alleged IEBC system hacking was conducted, is the nephew to Kenya’s oppositionist Raila Odinga and is the CEO of Flag 42 company which specialises in hacking according to their slogan ‘Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, I’m possible.’
Fidel Gondi is a fugitive hacker wanted by the FBI and and was working alongside the recently deported Ghanaians, American and Canadian NASA consultants who were manning a hacking team stationed at Sifa Towers, Nairobi.
It is evident that NASA killed the IEBC manager, late Chris Musando and tried to use their hacking team to try and manipulate the presidential results in favour of their candidate Raila Odinga. This is in relation to NASA’s speedy and suspected detailed statement on the system hacking report they gave out during their presser.
Some of the pertinent questions that most Kenyans are asking themselves are how did NASA audit the system which can take a credible information system auditor up to three weeks to audit? Why did the hacker leave his trail all over the place and how did NASA access all the tabulations between midnight and today morning? Your guess is as good as mine.
Unfortunately, the alleged scheme of hacking the KIEMS system did not materialise and thus NASA leadership came up with flimsy claims of system hacking to seek sympathy from their supporters. Kenyans have made their constitutional choice and is Uhuru Kenyatta. Period