The National Super Alliance has demanded that IEBC gives all political stakeholders access to its servers in a bid to prove its recent claims of hacking and possible electoral fraud.
Siaya senator James Orengo on Friday afternoon said at Bomas that they had realised immense malpractice in their analysis of contents on form 34As and the only way to resolve the current impasse was to have all stakeholders a chance to view data contained in the IEBC servers.
According to Orengo, the access should be granted to their Jubilee rivals, observers and journalists too.
The senator alluded that the journey of arriving at the final tally for the presidential duel will definitely take longer than expected.
His comments corroborated with an earlier statement by IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba who called on more patience from Kenyans as they seek to process accurate results as a commission.