It has now come to light that the judge at the High Court made a mistake when he rejected the testimony of the coalition’s presidential candidate, Azimio La Umoja Raila Odinga.
Raila rushed to court to demand a decision after President William Ruto’s victory in August, alleging foreign involvement.
Kenyans for Truth, Justice, and Peace (KPTJ) and the African Center for Open Government (AfriCOG) have conducted research that lends credence to this assertion.
Disobedience, according to the paper: The bodies, in an audit of Kenya’s election technology, provided convincing evidence that Raila had provided testimony.
In any case, the High Court recorder who directed the examination said Raila had been unjustifiably dealt with, that pivotal subtleties had been overlooked, and that he had misdirected the appointed authority in his report.
Raila has maintained that he defeated Ruto in the election, arguing that the Supreme Court and IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati contributed to his victory.
In a televised address to the nation shortly before his handover to Ruto, former President Uhuru Kenyatta also questioned the ruling of the Supreme Court.
Raila, in his new addresses to his allies, has said that he realizes what occurred and will before long spill every bit of relevant information for everybody to be aware.
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