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Controversial blogger moves to court seeking to stop Ekuru Aukot from taking part in October 26 poll
By Ureport | Updated Oct 13, 2017 at 13:22 EAT
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Lord Mutai moving to court
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Blogger Lord Mutai has moved to court seeking to stop Ekuru Aukot from participating in the repeat presidential poll

Mutai says that the inclusion of Ekuru Aukot is unconstitutional

Popular and controversial blogger Lord Mutai has moved to court seeking to stop Thirdway Alliance Party leader Dr Ekuru Aukot from contesting in the October 26 repeat presidential poll.

Mutai says that the inclusion of Ekuru in the repeat presidential poll is unconstitutional and must be challenged.

The High Court ruled in favour of the Thirdway Alliance party leader, allowing him to be included on the ballot – a decision which seems to have confused many with regard to the National super Alliance flag bearer situation.

In his Tweets, Mutai says that he will not stop fighting for reforms within the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).


I as well felt that inclusion of Ekuru on the 26th elections is unconstitutional and must be challenged. I have moved to court #MutaiVsEkuru

— Lord Mutai (@ItsMutai) October 13, 2017

I as well felt that inclusion of Ekuru on the 26th elections is unconstitutional and must be challenged. I have moved to court #MutaiVsEkuru— Lord Mutai (@ItsMutai) October 13, 2017

Remind me as well, as soon as you sign the unconstitutional elections amendment bill, We will be in court. Our submissions are ready. https://t.co/boeRBR4ERl— Lord Mutai (@ItsMutai) October 13, 2017

Ekuru has declared that he (David) will face Uhuru (Goliath) on 26th. He forgot to say why change of tune? #MutaiVsEkuru

— Lord Mutai (@ItsMutai) October 13, 2017

Some of you think we are just here to make noise and tweet. No. We participate fully. Online and offline. Over to the courts #MutaiVsEkuru— Lord Mutai (@ItsMutai) October 13, 2017

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