Chief Justice Martha Koome has opened up on the irregularities that marred the 2017 elections creating a repeat of the polls in favor of Raila Odinga then the National Super Alliance, sending a warning to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission Chairman Wafula Chebukati.
CJ Martha Koome has informed that following what transpired in the year 2017 general elections that saw Raila Odinga's team seek legal help for the cancellation of the Presidential results during the first round leading to a nullification, including enormous petitions.
The IEBC should be on the watch out not to have such a scenario this time around, warning that all the issue that was raised by the Supreme Court findings in 2017 that they had failed to conduct the presidential election in accordance with the Constitution should be resolved.
"IEBC has a responsibility to show the country that it has dealt with the concerns raised by the courts and the public before presiding over the next polls in August based on the Supreme Court findings in 2017 that it failed to conduct the presidential election in accordance with the Constitution,” she said.
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