The Supreme Court of Kenya has disallowed an application seeking to strike off an affidavit filled by John Githongo.
In their ruling, the apex court noted that the application by Githongo contained factual contestation challenging the election of DP William Ruto.
Earlier in the morning, the Court struck off the petition filed by former Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria saying that it did not in any way challenge the just concluded election of DP William Ruto.
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Kuria highlighted the events at Bomas of Kenya where IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati was forced to take cover following a confrontation at the dais.
The former lawmaker accused Azimio coalition of attempting to subvert the will of Kenyans by threatening the commission chairman in order to declare their candidate as the winner to force a re-run.
Chebukati also accused the four commissioners led by his deputy Juliana Cherera of attempting to convince him to force a re-run or tilt the results in favour of Azimio candidate Hon. Raila Odinga.