Supreme court is one of the most important institutions in the republic of Kenya. This is the country's apex court which always deals with various issues including the presidential election among other things. This court is currently being lead by hon Martha Koome who is the Chief justice of Kenya.
Now, today, reports have emerged on a judgement that this court will be giving out. As seen from the reports, this court through their registrar announced that they will be giving out their full judgement on the past presidential petition. According to the registrar, their tomorrow's judgement will be giving out all the details of their decision to upheld Dr William Samoe Ruto's august win.
However, registrar said that this judgment will be delivered through their email and it will be available for all kenyans to see for themselves. This judgement is mainly being aimed at proving that the apex court made a right judgement on presidential petition as they will give out their reasons for nullification of the petition.
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