It has been a long week for the supreme Court judges as they felt obliged to conduct a hearing session for both Azimio and Kenya Kwanza factions. The session saw Raila's lawyers led by James Orengo challenge Ruto's declaration as the 5th president-elect. On the same flip, led by Fred Ngatia, Ruto' lawyers did an exceptional defence before the Apex court which is under chief justice Martha Koome.
The session came to an end on Friday as the judges proceeded to finalize the enigmatic verdict using relevant facts collected during the hearing session. Apparently, the seven judges are anticipated to declare a judgement tomorrow on Monday, 5th September.
On the same flip, Kenyans have been praying for the judges to make a wise decision and today on Sunday morning, Raila's Son, Raila Odinga Junior who is an ardent supporter of his father's caucus has penned down a morning prayer to the judges as a few hours remain to the most hyped day.
He has prayed that God would bless and enlighten the Supreme court judges in order to make a wise decision tomorrow.
"We pray for the Supreme court judges. Bless, guide, enlighten then as they make the judgment tomorrow," he said via a tweet.
Meanwhile, this comes at a time whe the Kenya Kwanza flag bearer, William Samoei Ruto has already made up his mind not to participate in a re-run. He argued that the people have already spoken and chosen him thus he won't do a mistake to challenge Raila in another presidential race.
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