What Jubilee leaders were doing when Maraga delivered Supreme Court ruling [PHOTOS]

Jubilee leaders did something unexpected while following Supreme Court proceedings.

Jubilee leaders displayed an unexpected show of Kenyan unity as the Supreme Court declared its verdict on the petition against the October 26th re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In a watching party heralded by Nairobi senator, Johnson Sakaja, a gaggle of young NASA and Jubilee MPs gather to watch the Supreme Court proceedings.

Some of the leaders include former Samburu West MP Naisula Lesuuda, nominated MP Isaac Mwaura and runner up in Mathare MP election Stephen Kariuki.

The Nairobi Senator shared the photo on his social media along with the caption #SiasaSafi.

The leaders watched as Chief Justice David Maraga upheld the win of Uhuru Kenyatta following the October 26th election with a unanimous verdict from the 6 person bench.

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