Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has explained that the supreme Court of Kenya can declare Raila Odinga president elect without calling for fresh elections. According to the lawyer, such can happen if Azimio are able to demonstrate the arithmetic errors and show beyond pre-adventure that Raila Odinga won the presidential elections.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/tv47ke/status/1560552900522192896?s=20&t=yddt0pYuqIDszjxjpThuUg
It's already clear that the Azimio team are trying to prove hard that they won the elections. It's a fact the deputy president William Ruto won but Azimio members have a contrary opinion and have vowed to challenge the results at the supreme Court of Kenya.
Interestingly, Azimio are not asking for a run off rather they want the supreme Court of Kenya to declare Raila Odinga president elect. It's an interesting matter for such pronouncements are not supposed to come from the supreme Court rather from IEBC accordingly to the will of the people at the ballot.
However, it's clear Kenyans are eagerly waiting for the final verdict from the supreme Court of Kenya. It's obvious and it's expected that the supreme Court of Kenya will finally pronounce itself on the just concluded general election.
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