According to news hitting the air waves just now, the kenyan High Court has Ordered the IEBC to clear Karungo Thangwa to vie for Kiambu Senatorial race.
During the proceedings, the preceding Judge ruled that there is no evidence of graft that led to removal of aspirant from office.
Karungo was kicked out of the race by the IEBC after it emerged that he had been impeached over graft related charges a few months ago.
This major announcement comes at the backdrop of increased political temperatures around the country as the country as leader seek to be elected to respective political offices.
Now all eyes will be on the IEBC to see what will be their next move.
On the other hand, his wiper party counterpart Mike Sonko is yet to receive a ruling as he still fights to get back to the Mombasa gubernatorial seat.
More details to follow soon..
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