presidential election in kenya nullified by supreme court.

Eldoret, Kenya
September 1, 2017 5:26am CST
supreme court in kenya has made history by nullifying presidential election. kenya is now the third country to make such decision.
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@mandala100 (43235)
• Hong Kong
1 Sep
@kemoizk This is a very interesting development my friend. So it follows that there will be another election in the future?
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• Eldoret, Kenya
1 Sep
as per kenyan laws, court ordered for a fresh election to be held within 60 days
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@mandala100 (43235)
• Hong Kong
1 Sep
@kemoizk Ok and who will be the possible candidates this time my friend? Will those person who were involved in the case before the Supreme Court able to run again for this coming new election?
• Eldoret, Kenya
1 Sep
@mandala100 all the 8 candidates will be on the ballot
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@MALUSE (40031)
• Germany
1 Sep
Why don't you tell us why this has happened?
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• Eldoret, Kenya
1 Sep
the electral body didnt follow the constitution in executing its duties
@MALUSE (40031)
• Germany
1 Sep
@kemoizk Please add this to your post. It doesn't make sense to hide information ion a comment.
@topffer (34048)
• France
1 Sep
I suppose it is a proof that Kenya is becoming a mature democracy.
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• Eldoret, Kenya
1 Sep
it was a democracy on trail....
• Nairobi, Kenya
3 Sep
I also like that they did that. Now we will have to vote again after 60 days. I hope it will not affect our studies.