Former Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has sent out a coded message that shows the high likelihood of the Azimio coalition taking their petition against the presidential tallying to the supreme court.Yesterday the Azimio side had a meeting where they disputed the results and they can only handle it through the supreme court.
Nelson Havi was an aspirant for the Westlands parlimentary seat where he vied on an UDA party ticket and lost to Tim Wanyonyi of ODM.In the message Nelson Havi seems to take a chide at the Azimio alliance saying that they had nothing to lose and are least likely to give up on their determination to frustrate the Kenya Kwanza side in the enjoyment of what they have gained.
"He with nothing to lose is least likely to give up in his determination to frustrate you in the enjoyment of what you have gained," he said.
Yesterday Havi shared a past photo of him and senior counsel Orengo and said it was going to be a supreme court sequel.
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