Supreme Court ruling annulling Kenya’s presidential election result
Kenya’s Supreme Court on Friday declared the presidential elections held on August 8 as null and avoid, citing irregularities.
The court ordered a new poll be conducted within 60 days.
“The presidential election held on August 8 was not conducted in accordance with the constitution,” Chief Justice David Maraga ruled, according to Kenya’s The Nation Newspaper.
The ruling was a majority decision, as two judges dissented.