The Supreme Court of Kenya has upheld the election of Hon. William Ruto as the duly Fifth President of Kenya after he met the 50+1 threshold set by the constitution for one to be elected president.
In an abridged judgement read by the President of the High Court Lady Chief Justice Marta Koome, on Monday, 5th September the court established that there was no sufficient evidence presented that could warrant the nullification of the election. In her statement, ” The alleged illegalities and irregularities were not of a magnitude that would affect the election’s proclaimed result.”
The 7 Supreme court Judges will release their verdicts within the next 21 days.