Former Nairobi Governer, Hon Mike Sonko, who is seeking to be elected as the second Governer of Mombasa county using Wiper ticket has suffered another blow with few months remaining before general election.
According to the report, High Court has yet again issues an order that will bar Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) from receiving, verifying and even evaluating his nominations papers.
Mike Sonko had earlier threatened to continue campaigning for his gubernatorial bid saying he will defend himself following the earlier ruling by IEBC to bar him from contesting for any elective seat because of his earlier impeachment.
"Mike Sonko suffered another blow in his bid to become Mombasa Governer after High Court blocked the IEBC from receiving, considering, evaluating or approving his nominations papers, even as he sought to fight back an increasing number of petitioners" read the report from The Standard Newspaper.
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