The wait is almost over on the decision to be made by supreme court concerning the presidential petition ruling. This comes after Raila Odinga filed the petition to challenge Ruto's Win.
The Supreme Court is one of the most important organizations in the Kenyan republic. No other court in Kenya has the authority to overturn this court's decision. The hearing on the presidential election was addressed by this court in front of the public this morning.
According to the letter the Supreme Court gave to all parties interested in the Supreme Court case today, the pre-trial for the petition will begin tomorrow. The Milimani Law Court in Nairobi County will host this proceeding, which the supreme court ordered to start at 11:00 local time.
This event took place at the Milimani Ceremonial Hall, and all parties were invited. The hearing process will then continue through date 4 after that. The day on which this court issues its ruling is Date 5, or Date. Their choice will either support or refute the election results.
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