The Supreme Court has started its work in earnest has it has ordered the recount of votes in 15 polling stations. This has come as a blessing to Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition who are saying that someone interfered with the votes tally. The order is supposed to be executed in areas that are perceived to be Ruto’s stronghold in Rift Valley and Mombasa regions. The court wants to know if the votes were correctly counted as indicated in the IEBC website. The recount is expected to take place immediately as the court has ordered that the recount be done in 2 days to find the truth.
The recount is expected to reveal the suspect rot in the commission that Azimio believes denied them victory. The polling stations include Belgut, Sinendeti, Nandi Hills, Kapsasuri, Chepkutum, Jomvu, Mkindani, Mvita, Majengo, Tinderet, Jarok among others. The highlighted polling stations are expected to give Supreme Court the channel to follow in ruling the petition.
The order does not involve polling stations in Nyanza region which are perceived to be Raila’s stronghold. The remaining seven days will be a busy one for the Supreme Court judges and legal teams from both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio coalitions.
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