Raila Odinga Arrives at Supreme Court With Tonnes of Evidence Packed in Lorry to Back Petition
Raila Odinga arrived at the Supreme Court a few minutes before 1pm and with him was a truck full of evidence. The Azimio leader was accompanied by his running mate Martha Karua and other leaders from the coalition After arrival, he, Karua and Kalonzo were seen carrying boxes of evidence in the Milimani Law Courts.
The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition party presidential candidate Raila Odinga has arrived at Milimani law Courts with a truck full of evidence to back his presidential petition.
Azimio evidence in a lorry. Raila Odinga arrived at the Supreme Court with a lorry full of evidence to back his petition.
After arrival, a lorry was seen making its way to the precincts of the Supreme Court and in it were tonnes of evidence packed in cartons.
The boxes of evidence were offloaded from the truck and presented to the court clerks by the Azimio leaders.
Raila, Martha and Kalonzo were seen carrying boxes containing files that will be used in the petition. Azimio leaders at the Supreme Court.
They were accompanied by Senior Counsel James Orengo among other lawyers in their team Petitioners had until today, Monday, August 22, at 2pm to file their case against the presidential results that were announced a week ago by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairperson Wafula Chebukati. Chebukati declares Ruto winner On Monday,
August 15, Chebukati declared William Ruto as the president-elect with 7.1 million votes, while Raila came a close second with 6.9 million votes. While rejecting the results a day after, the Azimio leader cited the division between the four IEBC commissioners and Chebukati as a sign that there was electoral malpractice.