According to sources, the IEBC has said that the revocation order can only be made by court.
This interesting development comes barely hours after courts made a landmark ruling giving the IEBC go ahead to include Sakaja's names in the ballot papers.
Lately, Sakaja has been on the spotlight after several kenyans went to court seeking to bar him from elective politics saying he did not have the requisite degree certificates.
Sakaja's Team University degree has been a motion of contention around the country with some calling for a seriously probe.
On the other hand Sakaja has alleged and blasted the president Uhuru kenyatta and his leadership for trying to push him out of the ballot.
He has however promised to show the Nairobi Azimio gubernatorial candidate dust in the forth coming elections.
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