Kenyans will look forward to Monday as a momentous day as they wait for the Supreme Court of Kenya to issue its decision about the results of the presidential election held on August 9. President-elect Dr. William Samoei Ruto and presidential candidate Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja will have their fates decided by the court.
Many political experts, including some internationally renowned organizations, have made predictions about the outcome of the two presidential elections. The International Human Rights Foundation is the most recent group to forecast William Ruto's fate in light of the data presented to the Kenyan Supreme Court.
They contend that Dr. William Samoei Ruto, the presidential candidate for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, will become the country's fifth leader. According to the International Human Rights Foundation, the petitioners didn't present enough proof to persuade the Supreme Court to reverse the election of President-Elect William Ruto.
Additionally, it stated that the petitioners' claims are the result of their lack of knowledge with the technology that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission employed during the election.
Following the IEBC's declaration of the winner weeks ago, the same international group encouraged Raila Odinga to surrender defeat right now. They contend that the election was impartial and open to all voters.
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