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Heightened Security At Supreme Court Ahead Of Saturday Hearing

The police will seal off Wabera street, City hall way and Taifa road in a bid to avoid ‘unnecessary interruptions’ as hearings start at the Supreme Court from 7pm Saturday.


Speaking to the media, Judiciary Chief Registrar Anne Amadi said the court has special badges prepared for those who will be accessing the court. Due to limited space, she pointed out that only lawyers and judges in the petition will get the badges.


“The court room is so small. It takes a maximum of about 60 people and we already have about 34 lawyers who will be participating,” she said. “We have strictly recommended that anyone without a special badge should not access the premises,” she said.

“This case has attracted a lot of attention, and many media houses had applied for accreditation, but we limited the number to 200 considering the space available.”

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NASA has served all parties with a copy of the petition and both Jubilee and IEBC lawyers have filed responses.

NASA legal team led by James Orengo have claimed to have discovered a ‘bombshell’ against the IEBC. They have said that the electoral commission presented fake forms 34s to the court.


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