Former Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has warned Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya side that they should expect defeat at Supreme Court if they file a petition. Havi says that if Raila and his team comes out to challenge the outcome of the presidential elections then they will be in for a rude shock. He says that they are more than ready to face Azimio in Supreme Court as they have strong arguments that they will use against Azimio in court.
“We are ready for the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition at the Supreme Court. In fact, we will use their own arguments on quorum of IEBC and the Court’s determination on the same in the BBI case. It will be the shortest fought battle at the Apex Court,” Nelson Havi has said.
It is not clear whether the Azimio camp will move to court to challenge the elections in Supreme Court but they are set to address the nation at 2:00pm. Azimio team says that the elections were compromised and there were irregularities that need to be addressed before Kenyans move on.
Havi argues that they have a strong case against Azimio side and they will lose before they know it.
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