Kenya County-by-County Adult Population Figures Undercuts Poll Results

 

In a calculated speed remarkable for an infrastructure challenged African frontier market economy,
Kenya’s electoral commission provisionally published on its website over 90% of the results of the
country’s August 8 national election in less than 24 hours after the poll closed. The results so far show
the incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta leading with a comfortable margin of over 55% of the votes
cast.


Kenya’s veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga has cried foul and alleged that the electoral
commission’s website was hacked, and that the election was massively rigged in favor of the incumbent.
Odinga has so far not been able to produce concrete evidence to back up his claims. But Odinga’s hunch
may be supported by a strange statistical pattern in the published results.

 

Read More for a thorough analysis of the official demographic patterns underlying the electoral results by DaMina
Advisors.