MP Jaguar pulls surprise move to IEBC's Wafula Chebukati

This is it Mr Chebukati - Jaguar sends urgent message to IEBC

Starehe Constituency lawmaker Mr Charles Kanyi Njagua, alias Jaguar on Friday moved to court seeking to have IEBC compelled to declare presidential results.

The move by the musician MP comes even as IEBC chairman Mr Wafula Chebukati amid failure to give any update to the media on Friday, declared that elections will be repeated in four volatile counties in four Nyanza counties.

At the time of publishing this article, incumbent Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta was leading with slightly below 3 million vote followed by Nasa’s Raila Odinga with less than 300,000 votes.

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on Thursday revealed that only 5,319 polling stations either didn't open or did not manage to send the “we’ve opened signal”.

The Commission confirmed opening 35,564 polling stations across the country for the repeat polls on Thursday and said that the remaining polling stations, which are due for gazetment on Friday, will have the elections on Saturday 28.

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