Professor Gitile Naituli a political analyst has now revealed why Raila Odinga will face an uphill task in challenging Dp Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua's win in the Supreme court after rejecting the presidential results that was announced by IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati.
Speaking during an interview, Naituli stated that going to court the four commissioners who have been seen sidelining to the Azimio side will be asked to produce a comparison and then see whether cumulatively added will be able to reduce Ruto's tally. It should be remembered that the four yesterday claimed that that they don't have their own tally as they claimed that they were denied access to the tallying of IEBC.
The IEBC on the other hand, had stated that all forms 34A and 34B were all uploaded to the IEBC portal and it only required an individual effort to download and do the simple calculation using a calculator.
"Going to the Supreme court, they need to have a comparison and then see whether cumulatively added they will be able to reduce the Ruto tally to below 50%, then there will be a second run," Gitile Naituli said.
It is now up to the Azimio team to gone a case at the supreme court to challenge Ruto's win before seven days.
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