The letter was written in response to the Opposition's claim that IEBC was yet to provide them with copies of Forms 34A and 34B four days after the announcement of the final presidential election results, did not go well with some online users.
In the written response, Mr Chiloba acknowledges NASA's concerns and notes that the Commission was unable to provide the Forms at the moment but would submit meet them as soon as possible.
"The Commission is in a place to provide all requested form 34Bs immediately. We are however not able to provide Form 34As but the same will be availed to you as soon as possible," Chiloba's letter read in part.
Earlier on, NASA noted that they had been following up with IEBC since Saturday for a release of the forms without any success. The coalition further noted that attempts to access the forms from the IEBC portal were futile as they could not be traced or accessed on the commission’s site.
"The NASA presidential campaign notes with concern that IEBC has failed to release and share copies of form 34Bs to candidates or their agents. Our agents have been following up with IEBC without any success. “We call upon the commission to release and share all the constituency Forms 34B to party agents.
The failure to so share can only lead to a conclusion that the forms do not exist and the commission is busy generating fake ones to justify its declaration of results as made on Friday, 11th August 2017," NASA's statement read in part.
The response by IEBC raised a lot of reactions online with many users questioning how the polls body arrived at the final declaration minus the Form 34As.
Other users accused IEBC of being a fraud body as they had earlier noted that all form 34As were in their possession.