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"I Don't Think The Losing Candidate in Presidential Elections Should go to Court" City Lawyer Says

Ahmednassir Abdullahi, former President of the Kenya Law Society, has finally addressed allegations that have been circulating on social media that the Tangatanga faction, along with their allied lawyers, were planning to go to the Supreme Court to defend their victory in the recently concluded presidential elections.

Ahmednassir stated on Twitter that any candidates who were fronted for the Presidential race should not consider going to court to challenge the results in the Supreme Court of Justice, because their supporters may have become pushy and eager to see their favorite leader crowned as the winner.

He also claimed that IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati and other officials went above and beyond to do an extra wonderful job for Kenyans, enhancing transparency and fair treatment for all the leaders who participated in the entire exercise, and keeping the debate live on social media platforms.

Earlier today, Azimio bloggers like Lord Abraham Mutai, Robert Alai, and others claimed on social media that they had received inside information from a clear and reliable source that Abdullahi and other lawyers were assembling themselves with heavy legal materials to head to the Court and challenge the counting exercise, while seeking a verdict that would favor them.

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