With only one day left for the Azimio to file a petition to the supreme court challenging the presidential outcome of the August polls. It is now evident that the coalition is in deep consultation to ensure the outcome of the ruling will be on their favour. The coalition is working around the clock to build on theor petition which is yet to be filed.
According to lawyer and also a senior cousel Abdullahi Ahmednasir the Azimio faction only want one outcome a win for their chair Raila Odinga. They are not ready for a rerun or even a nullification which might see them back to the ballot. It is against the law to predict the outcome of a political case without listening to the case and the legal outcome will be done by the supreme court judges.
This comes at a time when the IEBC has declared lack of enough funds to hold another presidential election. We hope the legal entities will serve justice to all. Follow this blog for more on political and trending news.
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