The country has witnessed three days of legal submissions and informed arguments during the presidential petition case at the supreme court based at Milimani Nairobi. The case witnessed a robust presentation from the teams who represented all the parties which included main petitioners, Raila Odinga and her running mate Martha Karua, Rutos team, IEBC representatives as well as the commisioners representation.
However, it is the closing statement from two individuals which attracted the attention of all those present. The former Attorney General Githu Muigai and who actively represented president elect William Samoei Ruto made live the promise of his dream to see a united Kenya through peaceful moment which can only be attained through prayer.
Martha Koome who is also the president of the supreme court, asked all present and the entire population to pray for them and also pray for Kenya ahead of the major declaration which is set to be on Monday. Koome acknowledged Muigai as an outstanding learder who should be emulated for his desire to have all sides achieve. Muigai asked supreme court and the entire bench to forgive all who might in one way or another may have failed to observe the court rules during submission.
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