With the general election completed barely a few days ago, a section of politicians who didn't win their respective seats are now on the verge to seek help from the court of laws. One of the presidential aspirant has expressed his dissatifaction on how the presidential election was conducted thus seeking a supreme court ruling through a petition that shall be judged by group of seven judges led by lady justice Martha Koome.
Apart from election petitions, the president elect who adds up as the UDA leader seems to be currently strengthening his political cycle by bringing in newly elected legislatures both from the UDM party and independent in a move seeking to have a future smooth operation in the parliament.
The 2022 general election which was peacefully conducted has seen most of the netizens getting back into their daily jobs contrary to the previous general elections which were clouded with heavy protests.
The newly elected president is expected to deliver his campaign manifestos in for betterment of the citizens daily lives. Most of the netizens are having high expectations towards the economical prosperity to be built by the new incoming government.
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