State House official makes bold prediction ahead of supreme court ruling 

The Supreme court will deliver it's ruling on petition challenging Uhuru's win on Monday at 10:00 am.

Itumbi argued that the petitions challenging Kenyatta's win were weak adding that he would be sworn in on 28th November for a second term in office.

"PREDICTION: @UKenyatta will be sworn in as @PresidentKE  on Tuesday, 28th November, 2017. Almost everyone agrees the petitions were weak, ama namna gani?," he tweeted.The supreme court judges led by CJ David Maraga will deliver their ruling on petitions challenging the re-election of President Kenyatta on October 26th.The Maraga led team will either uphold his win or nullify his re-election on the petition filed by ex-kilome MP Harun Mwau. Among the key factors that the court will consider in making the ruling will be IEBC's failure to hold elections in 25 constituencies due to violence witnessed in the areas.

The other bone of contention will the withdrawal of NASA leader Raila Odinga ahead of the repeat election and lack of fresh nominations.

The August 8th presidential election was nullified by the Maraga team stating that the electoral body did not follow the constitution in declaring Kenyatta winner.


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