NTV Kenya has revealed that after the scrutiny of the first batch of ballot boxes and recounting of votes ordered by the Supreme Court has failed to yield any glaring discrepancies in presidential election results. According to the NTV Kenya, at the time of posting this news, only nine out of 45 ballot boxes had been opened, scrutinised and votes recounted a process that was closely overseen by the registrar of the Supreme Court, Ms Letizia Wachira, and her staff.
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supreme court of Kenya under the leadership of Lady chief justice Martha Koome made their election petition ruling on 5th of September 2022 where they unanimously upheld the election of Dr William Ruto as the fifth president of the republic of Kenya. They also announced that they will release their comprehensive judgement supporting their ruling after 21 days.
Examination of the initial batch of ballot boxes and the recount of votes mandated by the Supreme Court turned up with no obvious irregularities in the outcome of the presidential election. Only nine of the 45 ballot boxes had been opened, examined, and votes recounted as of the time of publication.
Just after nine out of 45 ballot boxes were opened and votes recounted in a process that was supervised by the registrar of the Supreme Court, Ms Letizia Wachira, and her staff, NTV Kenya has reported that several anomalies were Registered. According to the NTV Kenya, only nine out of 45 ballots were recounted and they include from Majengo and Mvita primary schools in Mombasa County which some showed disparities with some missing forms 34A.
The supreme court of Kenya started hearing the presidential petition on Wednesday 31st of August. The court had ordered for scrutiny of 45 ballot boxes from different parts of the country including Mombasa county. The process was supervised by the registrar of the Supreme Court, Ms Letizia Wachira, and her staff.
On Thursday, March 31, the Supreme Court of Kenya will render a decision on the Building Bridges Initiative. Supreme Court registrar Letizia Wachira stated in a notification that the verdict will be made at 9 a.m. "Take notice that the judgment in this issue will be rendered before the Supreme Court of Kenya on Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 9.00 a.m.," the notice stated.
Mr. Rigathi Gachagua, the newly elected Deputy President, took to his Twitter account to extend his congratulations to the newly elected President, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, on his election as the fifth President of Kenya. The reading of the ruling began at twelve o'clock noon on Monday, September 4, as was previously notified by Letizia Wachira, the Registrar of the Supreme Court.
The supreme court of kenya will today give its full judgement on the presidential petition that had been filed by Azimio la Umoja One Kenya. Supreme court registrar Letizia Wachira said the verdict will be delivered at 2:30 pm through email.The judgement comes when the highest court on land had already given its verdict, and uphold president william ruto's win as the president elect, and that independent electoral and boundaries commission did its work fairly and transparent.
The Supreme Court will deliver its ruling on Mike Sonko's case on Friday at exactly 4 PM. In a notice from the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Kenya, Hon Letizia Wachira, the ruling will be delivered via email. She noted that the ruling will be made before the Supreme Court of Kenya.
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The Building Bridges Initiative has been on the limbo for the past one year after suffering major set backs both in the high court and the court of appeal where it was declared null and void. It was introduced by Raila Odinga and supported by president Uhuru while the deputy and his allied opposed it saying that it was of no good to the common man since it was all about giving leaders position in the government and for their own benefit.
The appeal of Raila Odinga and seven other Kenyan presidential candidates, Azimio la Umoja - One, which contests William Ruto's designation as the election's victor on August 9, is scheduled for a pre-trial conference before the Supreme Court. tomorrow at 11:00 am, a pre trial conference will take place.
The Kenyan Supreme Court will rule on the Building Bridges Initiative on Thursday, March 31. The verdict will be announced at 9 a.m., according to Supreme Court registrar Letizia Wachira. "Take notice that the Supreme Court of Kenya will pronounce decision in this matter on Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 9.00 a.m.," the notice added.
Mike Mbuvi Sonko is one of the most famous and powerful politicians in the republic of Kenya. He is the second governor of Nairobi county but he came to lose his office some few years ago after being impeached by the county assembly and the senate. Now, today, Sonko has been handed some good news on his impeachment appeal case by the supreme court.
According to the Supreme Court, a challenge to Mike Sonko's impeachment was filed within the time limit. Registrar of the Supreme Court Letizia Wachira wrote a letter on Wednesday stating that Mr Sonko's appeal was filed on April 4 and handed to the court's registry on May 20.
Constitutional Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi has break his silence issuing fresh details ahead ahead of BBI appeal. He reveals that the current political wave has been accepted by Kenyans informing that it will be inevitable. According Ahmednassir, his opponents had accepted the wave and that Kenya will have to change.
This comes after hearings on the combined petition to void the election of William Ruto as president-elect. Supreme Court Registrar Letizia Wachira announced, "Take note that the verdict will be delivered at 12pm at the Supreme Court Milimani Law Courts." Raila Odinga, a presidential candidate for Azimio, filed the primary petition together with eight additional surrogate petitions, all of which called for the annulment of Ruto's victory after the election on August 9.