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Kenyans' Reaction to the International Media's Reporting Elections Prior to the SCOK Decision

The quiet of the world media on Kenya's general elections has finally ended. Following a three-day hearing session at the Supreme Court of Kenya, the judges' final decision is expected to be announced on Monday. William Ruto was named the winner of the recently held elections by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati on August 9. In an effort to get Ruto's election as president reversed, Raila Odinga and the entire Azimio team filed a lawsuit.

The Azimio team had maintained that the IEBC system had been hacked and votes were manipulated in favor of William Ruto. Raila Odinga had earlier declared that the results announced by Wafula Chebukati were invalid. Worldwide Media The procedure for choosing a new president in Kenya has finally been made public by the New York Times. According to the New York Times, Kenya boasts one of the most open election processes, where voters select the results of a general election first, and then judges decide the result second.

According to The New York Times, the most transparent election ever held should be emulated by other nations. In a same vein, Kenyans have posted a variety of controversies online as they highlight how the election was not transparent due to the numerous errors that were made.

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