Enter Harun Mwau vs IEBC

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NAIROBI, KENYA: Former Kilome MP Harun Mwau has moved to court to stop October 26 repeat presidential election.

The ex-legislature argues that fresh election as ordered by Supreme Court meant that it must start afresh from party nominations. The nominated candidates thereby need to be gazetted to follow law and the constitution.

ALSO READ: Anti-IEBC protests continue despite heavy police deployment

Mwau in his petition says if IEBC proceeded to conduct the elections without the fresh party nomination it will be easier for someone to challenge the exercise as illegal and unconstitutional.
 

obienga

Village Elder
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He is now a hero for some, but he seems to have forgotten that he is not off the hook elsewhere

Szubin also disclosed that several U.S. government agencies, which have been monitoring Mwau for years, had built substantial evidence against him, thanks to information obtained through intelligence files, law enforcement agencies and the nation's Drug Enforcement Agency. The evidence, he said, proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Mwau is heavily involved in drug trafficking. http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobo...eted-kenyan-drug-lord-over-80-million-cocaine
 
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NAIROBI, KENYA: Former Kilome MP Harun Mwau has moved to court to stop October 26 repeat presidential election.

The ex-legislature argues that fresh election as ordered by Supreme Court meant that it must start afresh from party nominations. The nominated candidates thereby need to be gazetted to follow law and the constitution.

ALSO READ: Anti-IEBC protests continue despite heavy police deployment

Mwau in his petition says if IEBC proceeded to conduct the elections without the fresh party nomination it will be easier for someone to challenge the exercise as illegal and unconstitutional.
Nasa erecting roadblocks that won't amount to anything.
Any ruling announcing the election be postponed will be trashing Justice Mativo's ruling.
No independent judge would rule that way. Plus there won't be time to appeal.
 

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