Three voters on Tuesday moved to court to try and stop the fresh presidential elections slated for October 26.
Samuel Mohochi, Gacheke Gachohi and Khalef Khalifa filed the case at the Supreme Court and will through the registrar, Esther Nyaiyaki give further directions.
The three say that the IEBC cannot conduct a free, fair and credible election.
They argue that Chairman Wafula Chebukati admitted that the October polls cannot be credible.
The Supreme Court judges on September 1 nullified the August 8 presidential election and directed that the commission holds fresh elections within 60 days.
The judges said that the IEBC committed ‘illegalities and irregularities’ that led to the overturning of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s win.
The case will be heard on Wednesday.
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