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JUST IN; Court Case Seeking to Overturn the Election of UDA's Narok Governor Ole Ntutu Withdrawn

Photo Courtesy; Patrick Ole Ntutu and other UDA leaders.

News just in indicates that a court case seeking to overturn the election of Narok Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu has been withdrawn according to the latest development.

The former Narok North MP Moitale Ole Kenta who lost the elections to Ole Ntutu in the August 9 General Elections have now sought to file an application to withdraw the case against the Governor.

This comes only days after Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit called on the two parties to find an amicable to the problem without resorting to court process that he argued would derail development projects in the county.

"Every time there is an election, some people are left wounded and it takes a long time to heal. We are requesting anyone who has placed a case in court on elections to withdraw immediately so that we can reconcile,." Ole Sapit had said.

Ole Ntutu had 158, 100 votes while Ole Kenta had 148, 270 votes according to the results that were announced by the County Elections Manager Dr Sidney Namulungu.

Additional information from;

https://www.pd.co.ke/inside-politics/sapit-asks-poll-losers-to-withdraw-cases-157806/

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