Raila Odinga running mate under the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya alliance coalition Martha Karua has finally open up on what they will do should the Supreme Court of Kenya rules against them in the case the are yet to present in the Supreme court to challenge William Ruto's victory.
The Azimio Ka Umoja One Kenya alliance coalition is expected to present a case in supreme court to challenge the victory of the Kenya Kwanza candidate William Ruto who was declared the winner of the August 9th general election by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati.
Tye Azimio team has been expressing confidence that they will win the matter in court. However, Martha Karua in her statement has said they will accept whatever decision that will come from the Supreme court and will be final ileven if it will not favour them.
"We must get justice and whatever the court decision will be final. Even though the hearts might be in disagreement with the final verdict, we will accept the courts decision. Kenyans decided but the court will also decide whether the results were right or cooked" she said as the Azimio is expected to head to court anytime.
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