Frederick Ngatia, the Current Lawyer Representing Deputy President William Ruto the President-Elect in the Supreme Court of Kenya has once again raised an alarm saying that he has noted suspicious activity or rather worrying trend from Raila's Legal Team.
Interrupting the hearing minutes after SC Macharia finished explaining how the IEBC failed to make public the report of KPMG, Hon Ngatia cried out calling for fairness after openly reporting that he has noted that Raila's Legal team instead of responding to the questions on Wednesday now jumping up and down talking things that aren't in the affidavit.
A Photo of Raila and Wafula Chebukati
In his argument, SC Fred Ngatia seeks the Court to intervene saying it will be unfair to allow the opponent to continue speaking things that aren't in the affidavit adding that nobody will have the time to respond to their claims.
"My lord it's now worrying us because what we are listening to are things that weren't heard before. This is unfair my lord unless you assure us that you won't take note of what they are saying," Ngatia Said.
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