President Uhuru says he will respect ruling on Railaâ€™s petition
SEE ALSO :The curse of handshakeUhuru Kenyatta also thanked God for the far he had brought Kenyans. He asked Kenyans to be respecters of the law and keep off divisive speech. Raila Odinga also welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision encouraging Kenyans to go about the election period peacefully. The NASA leader however frowned upon the Court’s directive to have Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) supervise the repeat presidential election. Insisting that NASA will continue to push for access to the Commission’s results transmission servers. Raila also called for the prosecution of IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba and the Commission directors over submitting fraudulent results. IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati issued a statement after the Supreme Court ruling that invalidated President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election. Mr Chebukati indicated that the commission did justice to the election but, however, welcomed the Court’s ruling. Chebukati called on the Director of Public Prosecutions to investigate and prosecute any member of the commission found culpable of election malpractices. He noted that IEBC will make internal changes to their staff ahead of a fresh presidential election.
SEE ALSO :Uhuru to open Naivasha SGR stationThe Supreme Court nullified President Uhuru's re-election, ordering a fresh presidential election within 60 days.
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