THE world is slowly picking up the pieces today from the fallout of an alleged hacking scandal which has rocked the East African nation of Kenya, WWN can reveal.
In what has been hailed by world leaders as the most shocking election scandal to date, Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga said the election commission’s computer system was hacked and fake results posted to show President Uhuru Kenyatta with a strong lead in a case of massive fraud.
“Corruption! In Africa? I cannot believe that such rigging of a democratic system can take place in this day and age,” said US President Donald Trump, who was the first head of state to condemn the hacking, “I think I can speak for the American people when I say that this kind of gaming is not acceptable, and we will do everything in our power to help the people of Kenya through this difficult period”.
Following the US leader, Vladimir Putin also condemned the hacking alongside Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, both calling for worldwide action to be enforced to help prevent such hacks in the future.
“When you think of Africa, you think of trust and transparency,” Mr. Putin told news station Russia Today in an interview, while laughing profusely for several minutes before gathering himself, “ha-ha, whatever will we find out next? The Columbians are selling cocaine?
“I will need some time to let this Kenyan news process ha-ha..” Putin continued with tears streaming down his, just before the transmission was cut.
Since the news of the hacking was released, police in Kenya have fired tear gas and shot at a group of chanting supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga.
More as we get it.