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IEBC says Governor Joho’s election was most credible in Kenya

By Willis Oketch | December 6th 2017
IEBC's Mombasa County Returning Officer Nancy Kariuki testifies during the hearing of a gubernatorial petition at the Mombasa High Court on Tuesday 5th December 2017. Former Senator Hassan Omar is challenging the election of Governor Hassan Joho. [Photo/Kelvin Karani]

Election results were not falsified to favour Mombasa Governor Hassan Ali Joho during the August 8 General Election, a witness has said.

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Returning Officer Nancy Kariuki yesterday told Justice Lydia Achode that she did not falsify the results as claimed by former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar Hassan.

The witness told the court that the election of Mombasa governor was the most credible in the country because there were no malpractices as alleged by Omar.

Hearing continues.

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