Photo Courtesy; Chief Justice Martha Koome.
Controversial Political Analyst, Mutahi Ngunyi who is seen as allied to Azimio la Umoja -One Kenya Alliance Presidential Candidate Raila Odinga at the Supreme Court has sparked reactions online after his statement on the ongoing Supreme Court case.
Ngunyi has has admitted that whatever the rulling, the second day of the Supreme Court proceedings has given him faith in the democracy of Kenya.
Ngunyi reveals that it is not the Flamboyant Lawyers on Ruto's defence that gives him confidence but his faith as a political scientist is affirmed by the questions asked by the Supreme Court judges.
Today, the 7 judges put DP William Ruto's legal team into task with very challenging questions on their defence of DP William Ruto's win and the IEBC.
For example Philomena Mwilu asked if it was really the work of the agents or IEBC to ensure a credible elections.
"For whatever reasons where agents are not present at an election, is it not the role of the IEBC to ensure a free, fair, credible, transparent and verifiable elections?" Philomena Mwilu asked.
Wiliam Ouko wanted to know if there is any instances when voters could walk into a polling station and only voted for the president and not any other category.
"Did you have any instances where voters walked into the polling stations and voted for the president and no other category?" Ouko asked.
See some reactions from Kenyans regarding this statement by Ngunyi;
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