French identity tech firm OT-Morpho insists that a biometric voting system it supplied to Kenya has worked as planned, rejecting opposition claims that polling was rigged.OT-Morpho said an internal audit of its equipment conducted after the Supreme Court annulled the Aug. 8 presidential election found no foul play.The company provided two electronic systems that identified Kenyan voters and transmitted election results from almost 41,000 polling stations to a central tallying center.The opposition National Super Alliance won a court petition this month to have the outcome annulled, saying President Uhuru Kenyatta's victory had been brought about by computer-aided rigging. A rerun of the vote, a first in Africa, is scheduled for Oct. 17.But in a statement, OT-Morpho cautioned that it was unable to deploy the same equipment that was used on August 8.It was leaving the computer system and its data untouched to enable a possible external audit, in the light of the disputed outcome, it said.”As a consequence, in the scope of the fresh elections, OT-Morpho has to reinstall a fresh new RTS system as well as all 45,000 KIEMS kits,” it said, referring to the computer system for transmitting provisional results and to the laptops used for biometric ID.”This represents a very significant amount of work, which can not be secured by October 17th,” the company said, adding it had “previously informed the IEBC of this information.”