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JUST IN: Court Case Seeking To Reverse The Election Of UDA's Narok Governor Ole Ntutu Withdrawn.

Patrick Ole Ntutu and other UDA officials provided the photo for use.

The most recent development in the news reveals that a court case attempting to annul Patrick Ole Ntutu's election as governor of Narok has been dropped.

Former Narok North MP Moitale Ole Kenta, who lost to Ole Ntutu in the general elections on August 9, is currently attempting to file a motion to withdraw the action against the Governor.

This comes only a few days after Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit of the Anglican Church of Kenya urged the two groups to resolve the conflict amicably rather than go through the legal system, which he claimed would halt countywide development projects.

"Every time there is an election, some people sustain wounds that take a very long time to recover from. We're asking everybody who filed a lawsuit regarding the elections to remove it right away so that we can reach an agreement." Indicated by Ole Sapit.

The County Elections Manager, Dr. Sidney Namulungu, announced the results, showing that Ole Ntutu received 158, 100 votes and Ole Kenta received 148, 270.

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