According to news hitting the air waves just now, Safina Party Presidential Candidate Jimi Wanjigi has been granted leave by High Court to challenge IEBC decision to block his presidential run.
According to sources His petition will be heard tomorrow (Thursday) at 11am.
Wanjigi was kicked out of the presidential race by IEBC after it emerged that he had not met a majority of the set requirements.
According to the IEBC, he did not present a required degree certificate something that led to his dismissal by the IEBC.
On the other hand, Wanjigi's dismissal led to the immediate disqualification of Nyamabane (Walter Mungare) who had earlier on been cleared by the IEBC Chairperson Wafula Chebukati.
Mungare reportedly had the same documentations as Wanjigi.
More presidential aspirants are expected in court as they try to get back to the ballots.
A huge number of have accused the deepstate of using its powers to kick them out of the race.
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