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Ruto's Boost As International Body Claims Insufficient Evidence For Nullification

The nation is anticipating the Supreme Court's decision on Monday, September 5. The decision will either confirm William Ruto's triumph or throw it out. However, the International Human Rights Foundation has delivered its judgment via its verified Twitter account. The opposition was unable to offer enough evidence on the scrutiny process, the international body claims.The body goes on to say that the assertions may have their roots in a lack of knowledge with the election's technological infrastructure. William Ruto will be the fifth President, according to the body's decision. There have been rumors in recent days that Dr. William Ruto had the support of various foreign envoys as well. Ruto was also welcomed to Jerusalem, Israel despite the pending issue.Ruto will make history as the first vice president to win the presidency in a vote since independence if the court affirms his victory. However, a nullification would force the nation to have new elections in what some international media outlets have dubbed an economic crisis.

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