Juja's Jubilee mp candidate has taken a significant hit after the court mandated that he pay 8 million shillings to the IEBC and to incumbent George Koimburi. This comes after he withdrawn a petition case that contested George Koimburi's reelection as Juja mp.
After the election, candidates for the Jubilee party from Mount Kenya insisted that candidates for the UDA party had rigged the results, and the majority of them made the decision to dispute the UDA party's victory in court.
Later, the majority of them withdrew the petitions and made commitments to cooperate with the Kenya Kwanza government and president William Ruto. It's possible that Aloise Kinyanjui's decision to leave Jubilee in November is what prompted him to drop the petition. The brother of cs Moses Kuria is Aloise Kinyanjui.
The court's 8 million punishment, which is meant to be paid to IEBC and George Koimburi for the harm he caused before abandoning the petition, has nonetheless delivered a serious blow to the motion.
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