Miguna Says What Will Happen if Presidential Votes Recount is Ordered by Supreme Court

The Kenyan-Canadian attorney Miguna Miguna has at last revealed what Kenyans would experience if the Supreme Court orders a recount of the Presidential election.

The outspoken lawyer highlighted on Twitter on Friday night that the court cannot proclaim a winner if the Supreme Court grants the Azimio appeal and orders a vote recount.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, according to Miguna Miguna, must hold a fresh election before the Supreme Court can deem William Ruto’s victory unlawful (IEBC).

“If a recount is required, it will only help the Supreme Court identify any irregularities in the tallies that would have had an impact on the results as reported by Wafula Chebukati. The Court would then declare the results void and order new elections in that situation. not declaring a victor, “Observed Miguna Miguna.

The declaration by Miguna Miguna comes after reports that Azimio’s legal team is assembling a strong defense for the supreme court of the country.

Kenya Kwanza, on the other side, has declared that they are ready to face off against the Odinga team.

“We are ready for them here at the Supreme Court. In fact, we will base our arguments for the IEBC quorum on their own explanations and the court’s decision in the BBI case. It will be the case that the Apex Court resolves the quickest.” Nelson Havi, a past president of the Law Society of Kenya, declared a few days ago in response to Wafula Chebukati’s announcement.

By the deadline on Monday, the Azimio coalition has not yet turned in a petition.

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