We’re ready for Raila election case, says CJ

What you need to know:

  • Dr Mutunga has welcomed Cord’s decision to seek redress in court, saying he was glad that Kenyans, politicians and political parties had confidence that the Judiciary would handle electoral disputes
  • The Supreme Court registry will remain open from 7am to 8pm every day to enable any person challenging the presidential election outcome to file their cases
  • Makueni senator-elect Mutula Kilonzo, who is a member of the 10-man team working on the petition, said the case was an enormous undertaking with varied implications and could not be rushed

The Supreme Court is ready to hear petitions challenging the results of the just-concluded General Election, Chief Justice Willy Mutunga said on Monday.

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