All eyes are on the Supreme Court as Kenyans continue watching day three of Raila and Ruto showdown that's raising a supreme court battle. The court is now in the process of finalizing the hearing and the other details that need to be checked. The bench of seven judges led by Chief Justice Martha Koome is expected to give final verdict on Monday next week. Everyone is eager to know which side will win in the presidential election petition.
Today lawyers from both sides that's the petitioners and the accused sides are presenting their final remarks and questions that the court should consider. Among the lawyers leading Raila's side we have James Orego and on Ruto's side we have Githu Muigai.
While presiding over his evidences on that case, Muigai happened to make humorous remarks that left members of the court smiling. He asked Lady Justice Martha Koome to give them a lunch break since he could notice James Orego was hungry through the way he was heckling. Githu's remarks marked the end of the first sitting which was later on resumed at 2:00pm.
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