The Countrys focus is fully on presidential petition filed by Azimio- One Kenya leader Raila Odinga and 8 other petitioners challenging President elect William Ruto win in just concluded August general elections.
With Kenyans hoping to know duly elected President between Kenya Kwanza candidate William Ruto and Azimio- One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga, Prof Mutahi Ngunyi has speaks on Supreme Court case proceedings, singles out Justice Philomena Mwilu for praises.
To his twitter publication in late night chat, Prof Mutahi Ngunyi admits he was wrong on Philomena Mwilu during same proceedings in 2017 when he said the Judge could not read. In own view, the Supreme Court deputy has grown in 5 years and about to disapprove his initial comment on her.
"I was wrong on Philomena Mwilu when i called her the judge who cannot read in 2017. And i am surprised at how she has grown in 5 years. Tomorrow the lawyer should have clarity of Paul Nyamodi and Willis Otieno. They painted pictures in our minds as they argued the prayers." Mutahi Ngunyi stated.
During the proceeding Judge Philomena Mwilu asked Raila Odinga legal team to beef up their evidence to prove to the Court that IEBC was dysfunctional and hence Mr Wafula Chebukati decisions to declare William Ruto President elect is null and void.
"When did IEBC become this dysfunctional, what are the effects of being dysfunctional and what are the corrective measures and with what results?" Philomena Mwilu to Raila legal team.
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