Key points in Supreme Court presidential petition judgement

The Supreme Court Wednesday delivered its full judgement on the nullification of the August 8 presidential election.

The court, chaired by Chief Justice David Maraga, in a majority ruling explained that it nullified President Uhuru Kenya’s re-election because, among other things, the returning officer, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati, did not verify the results before declaring a winner.

The following are some of the key points from the judges’ decision:

Scrutiny served to add weight to claims that there was likely infiltration of the IEBC computer system and manipulation of results data.

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