The Supreme Court is ready to hear a petition that has been filed by the Azimio la Umoja coalition to challenge the presidential election results that were released on Monday 15. The Kenya Kwanza has however put up stringent measures to ensure that the victory remains within their coalition so that they can continue with the government. They have even started to make plans on how they will form the next government.
One of Ruto's supporters, Abduba Dida has come out to ask for the arrest of Wafula Chebukati who is the chairman of IEBC. He said that every general election there has been a difference in the resul after the tallying of the elections but the IEBC uses them to declare the winner. He then said that if Chebukati is not judged in court the same will happen in the years to come.
"Every election, there are usually huge differences between presidential votes and those of other seats. Still, IEBC(Formerly ECK) has always gone ahead to use these results for declaration. If we do not take to court, jail or execute one Chebukati, this shall never change." Dida said.
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