Governor Waititu To Camp Outside The Supreme Court With Kiambu Residents

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Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu will camp outside the Supreme Court with the residents to hear the detailed ruling that overturned President Uhuru Kenyatta August win.

“It is coming to light now how the judges conspired in the nullification of the presidential election. We know Uhuru won and we demand the Chief Justice resigns from office,” he told residents on Tuesday.

There were protests outside the SCORK on Monday and Tuesday held by Jubilee supporters accusing the Judges of ‘stealing’ Kenyatta’s win.

The crowd was later dispersed by the police.

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“We will also go to Nairobi since it is for all of us and the ruling will be read while we are outside. We are not afraid and there is no way we will be snatched power by force,” he said.

Deputy Governor James Nyoro said Kenyans voted peacefully for Uhuru and claimed the Court was manipulated to deny Kenyans justice.

“That is why we must say with one voice, Chief Justice Maraga must go,” he said.

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