ITS UNFAIR FOR UHURU

Hydra

Village Elder
#1
Uhuru has just been caught in the crossfire between the perennial loser and the IEBC, and the judges made themselves pronounced to this effect, that "we find no evidence of misconduct against the third respondent". In effect therefore, the ruling was not against him, but against the 1st respondent and its officials?

Isnt the law therefore unfair, to expect him go for fresh campaigns and spending when indeed he had won and was not culpable for misconduct? Is going for fresh elections the only recourse?

On another note, if the 1st respondent's processes in the general election were NOT credible, and indeed refused to conduct a good election as the judges ruled, wouldnt it have been fair to call for a fresh elections for all seats? How will MPs, MCAs, Governors be in office elected through a wrong process????
 

screwplus

Village Elder
#7
Uhuru has just been caught in the crossfire between the perennial loser and the IEBC, and the judges made themselves pronounced to this effect, that "we find no evidence of misconduct against the third respondent". In effect therefore, the ruling was not against him, but against the 1st respondent and its officials?

Isnt the law therefore unfair, to expect him go for fresh campaigns and spending when indeed he had won and was not culpable for misconduct? Is going for fresh elections the only recourse?

On another note, if the 1st respondent's processes in the general election were NOT credible, and indeed refused to conduct a good election as the judges ruled, wouldnt it have been fair to call for a fresh elections for all seats? How will MPs, MCAs, Governors be in office elected through a wrong process????
am gone say it....the supreme court lamed out hard on this.You can even tell that this was the best 'looking answer' if you catch ma drift.
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chilling for that report on the verdict to come in 3 weeks....that shit is gonna be scrutinized like a bitch dumb asses thought they can just slide back into their comfort zone....
 

Grundy

Village Sponsor
#12
Uhuru has just been caught in the crossfire between the perennial loser and the IEBC, and the judges made themselves pronounced to this effect, that "we find no evidence of misconduct against the third respondent". In effect therefore, the ruling was not against him, but against the 1st respondent and its officials?

Isnt the law therefore unfair, to expect him go for fresh campaigns and spending when indeed he had won and was not culpable for misconduct? Is going for fresh elections the only recourse?

On another note, if the 1st respondent's processes in the general election were NOT credible, and indeed refused to conduct a good election as the judges ruled, wouldnt it have been fair to call for a fresh elections for all seats? How will MPs, MCAs, Governors be in office elected through a wrong process????
All Uhunye's diehards should commit suicide in protest of the ruling
 
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