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CORD's demonstrations to resume after Lucy Kibaki's burial despite court ruling

29, Apr 2016

The high court has stopped all anti IEBC rallies that opposition coalition cord had planned to stage in various parts of the country. CORD had indicated that it will again storm the independent electoral and boundaries commission headquarters to force the embattled commissioners out of office. Judge Isaac Lenaola had yesterday directed the legislators, through lawyer Harrison Kinyanjui, to serve the application on the three cord co-principals for an inter-parties hearing. The judge also allowed the MPs for Kabete (Ferdinand Waititu), Gatundu South (Moses Kuria), Dagoretti south (Dennis Waweru), Kikuyu (Kimani Ichung’wah) and Thika (Alice Ng’ang’a) to publicise the suit in one of the local dailies.in the suit, the attorney-general, Raila Odinga, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, Moses Wetangula and their respective parties: ODM, Wiper, and Ford-Kenya, were named as respondents.