David Ndii has reignited the election servers controversy, saying the National Super Alliance lied to Kenyans that its experts were denied access.
In his self post-evaluation report, Ndii claims Nasa accessed the servers 34 times through one John Walubengo before August 8, 2017, poll results were released.
This was after making 54 attempts, 20 of them unsuccessful.
The former NASA strategist says, on the other hand, Jubilee had 10 successful logins after 24 attempts.
This was through ex-Energy CS Davis Chirchir.
Nasa had claimed that Chirchir, a former IEBC official and a tech expert, hacked the IEBC servers and helped Jubilee to rig the polls.
The claims featured prominently in the presidential petition at the Supreme Court especially after the IEBC failed to open its servers as ordered by the judges.
In the new report, the IEBC says Collins Ndindi, an independent candidate, made 46 attempts to log into the servers but only six succeeded.
Japheth Kaluyu’s agent had three successful logins while UDP’s Ben Wafuko opened the database six times.
In a report by IEBC, the commission unveiled successful and unsuccessful logins.
Thirdway Alliance’s Bildad Kagai got five successful logins, the report states.
The IEBC has also dismissed claims that it defied the apex court. The commission says it granted parties access to the information system as ordered.
But Nasa had argued that they were denied access within the 48 hours provided for by the court to verify claims of data manipulation. This was the bone of contention during the Supreme Court proceedings.