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Court of Appeal upholds that presidential results at polling stations will be final Presidential results announced at constituency level are final, the Court of Appeal has ruled. While upholding the High Court ruling that tallying of presidential results at constituency is final, the appellate court said “IEBC must be above suspicion to command respect from Kenyans.” Appellate Judges Justice Patrick

   Presidential results announced at constituency level are final, the Court of Appeal has ruled. While upholding the High Court ruling that tallying of presidential results at constituency is final, the appellate court said “IEBC must be above suspicion to command respect from Kenyans.” Appellate Judges Justice Patrick Kiage, Agnes Murgor and William Ouko, held that presidential poll results at

The National Super Alliance (NASA) has been dealt a blow after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) overruled its call to have five agents per polling station. IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati said the opposition’s plan to deploy five agents to each polling station across the country could be a recipe for chaos. According to Chebukati, each candidate participating in

The High Court has declined to suspend printing of ballot papers awarded to Dubai firm Al Ghurair Printing and Publishing Ltd. Instead, the Court has asked Chief Justice David Maraga to form a three-judge bench to hear and determine the matter. In his ruling, Justice George Odunga ruled that the National Super Alliance (NASA) failed to convince the Court that

Court of Appeal delivers ruling in presidential tally case The Court of Appeal today delivers a ruling whether the declaration of presidential results should be done at the constituency or national level. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission filed the appeal challenging the High Court finding that the presidential election results announced by the constituency Returning Officer should be taken as

Daily Nation CJ words of hope as Nasa files new case: The Judiciary and the National Super Alliance were at loggerheads on Thursday after Chief Justice David Maraga said courts are doing everything possible to ensure that this year’s General Election is held on time. This was moments after Nasa had filed a case to stop the printing of ballots

MPs Millie Odhiambo, Mwaura clash over Raila’s land remarks in Kajiado Two MPs earlier today engaged in a heated exchange of words that almost degenerated to a fistfight during a live TV show over Raila Odinga’s ‘inciting’ land remarks last week in Kajiado County. Controversial Suba North MP (ODM) Millie Odhiambo and Isaac Mwaura (Nominated MP) openly disagreed following Odinga’s

  Amani National Congress (ANC) has told President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy to stop personalized attacks against its Party leader Musalia Mudavadi. The party said Jubilee has refused to be held accountable to the Kenyan electorates and whenever told to be answerable the party resorts to personalized attacks. It disclosed that if the recent verbal attacks directed at its

Machakos gubernatorial aspirant Wavinya Ndeti faces the risk of being barred from the August polls yet again after a ward representative today moved to the Court of Appeal to challenge her candidature. Wamunyu Ward representative Kyalo Kyuli has sought the audience of the appellate court seeking to bar the Wiper Party candidate from contesting for the county boss job on

Two MPs earlier today engaged in a heated exchange of words that almost degenerated to a fistfight during a live TV show over Raila Odinga’s ‘inciting’ land remarks last week in Kajiado County. Controversial Suba North MP (ODM) Millie Odhiambo and Isaac Mwaura (Nominated MP) openly disagreed following Odinga’s remarks to Kajiado residents urging them not to sell their land