The supreme court of kenya will today give its full judgement on the presidential petition that had been filed by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya. Supreme court registrar Letizia Wachira said the verdict will be delivered at 2:30 pm through email.The judgement comes when the highest court on land had already given its verdict, and uphold president william ruto's win as the president elect, and that independent electoral and boundaries commission did its work fairly and transparent. Although the former prime minister Raila Odinga and his team did not agree with the ruling they opted to respect it for betterment of democracy.
Unlike before when the supreme court would send its full judgement to the media, this time round the chief justice Martha Koome has opted to go digital and deliver the judgement through email. This will not only save time for printing and all those, but it is also most effective mode of communication. Kudos to the CJ for a well thought mode of communication.
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