IEBC IS A BIG JOKER

King popeye

Village Elder
#1
I heard 10th Oct and i have never heard anything dafter:
  1. The judgement called for a 'fresh presidential election'. IEBC is only allowing Uhuru and Raila. Thats a re-run scenario. You dont need legal knowledge to know its wrong.
  2. IEBC cannot have learnt enough from its mistakes 1 month from now. It is impossible.
  3. Matiang'i requests an october date, Chebukati gives even before saliva dries from the former tongue. This implies, and i wish falsely so, that IEBC = Govt and vice versa

All in all, TIRMP!!!!!


(Time Is Ripe for a Muslim President)
 

ebbie

Village Elder
#2
I heard 10th Oct and i have never heard anything dafter:
  1. The judgement called for a 'fresh presidential election'. IEBC is only allowing Uhuru and Raila. Thats a re-run scenario. You dont need legal knowledge to know its wrong.
  2. IEBC cannot have learnt enough from its mistakes 1 month from now. It is impossible.
  3. Matiang'i requests an october date, Chebukati gives even before saliva dries from the former tongue. This implies, and i wish falsely so, that IEBC = Govt and vice versa

All in all, TIRMP!!!!!


(Time Is Ripe for a Muslim President)
your point?
 

M2Random

Village Sponsor
#9
I heard 10th Oct and i have never heard anything dafter:
  1. The judgement called for a 'fresh presidential election'. IEBC is only allowing Uhuru and Raila. Thats a re-run scenario. You dont need legal knowledge to know its wrong.
  2. IEBC cannot have learnt enough from its mistakes 1 month from now. It is impossible.
  3. Matiang'i requests an october date, Chebukati gives even before saliva dries from the former tongue. This implies, and i wish falsely so, that IEBC = Govt and vice versa

All in all, TIRMP!!!!!


(Time Is Ripe for a Muslim President)
Raila will use that as a lifeline if he does not win the elections. That is a very big loophole to argue with considering that essentially, this is a fresh election, not a run-off. Whoever loses will easily dispute those elections on that technicality. Lawyers in the house, what do you say?? Your professional views please
 
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#11
Raila never wanted to debate those other aspirants...they were useless to him then and now you say they are all of a sudden important???. Mnataka nini...isnt this what raila has always wanted? Farasi wawili?
 

kasaman

Village Elder
#17
Raila will use that as a lifeline if he does not win the elections. That is a very big loophole to argue with considering that essentially, this is a fresh election, not a run-off. Whoever loses will easily dispute those elections on that technicality. Lawyers in the house, what do you say?? Your professional views please
The court order was clear to both sides
 

M2Random

Village Sponsor
#19
I heard 10th Oct and i have never heard anything dafter:
  1. The judgement called for a 'fresh presidential election'. IEBC is only allowing Uhuru and Raila. Thats a re-run scenario. You dont need legal knowledge to know its wrong.
  2. IEBC cannot have learnt enough from its mistakes 1 month from now. It is impossible.
  3. Matiang'i requests an october date, Chebukati gives even before saliva dries from the former tongue. This implies, and i wish falsely so, that IEBC = Govt and vice versa

All in all, TIRMP!!!!!


(Time Is Ripe for a Muslim President)
Citizen TV just explained that it is based on the 2013 ruling. According to that ruling, if the second candidate files a petition, and all other candidates fail to file petitions, only the second candidate and the president elect will be on the ballot paper. By virtue of not filing petitions, other candidates are taken to have conceded. Sande.
 

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