As usual, In every election there must be a winner and a looser. The Supreme Court of Kenya is responsible to listen to petitions made by different candidates regarding unsatisfied presidential elections. The office has issue the day and time by which petitions should have been filed.
Through the office of the registrar, the notice read that it shall be filled before 1400 hrs of the said day. This comes as the Azimio leaders threaten to go to court and challenging deputy president William Ruto winning terming it as irrelevant.
Celebrations have already rocked the United Democratic Alliance party strong holds. More reports concerning the petition will be communicated sooner. Do you think the supreme Court will consider the request of suspending the announced presidential results? Please share your thoughts on the comments section below. Be sure to follow our page for such informative articles. Thanks for your time readers.
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