Report indicates that former Narok North legislator Hon Richard Moitalel Ole Kenta who is a diehard member of ODM party has filed the application before the Narok High Court Judge Lady Justice Teresia Matheka.
He's planning to withdraw his petition against election of Hon Patrick Ntutu of UDA party as Narok Governor. His move comes after a concerted effort by the Maa community opinion shapers, among them ACK Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit, to have the dispute resolved out of court.
It's reported that his application to withdraw the petition is set to be heard on November 28, 2022.
Hon Patrick Ntutu was announced as the winner of the Narok gubernatorial race by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) with 158,100 votes, Hon Moitalel Ole Kenta of ODM Party was the second with 148,270, a slim margin of about 10,000 votes.
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