Supreme Court, IEBC should give direction on stalemate - Peter Kenneth

[The Star] - 12/10/2017

Politician Peter Kenneth has asked the Supreme Court and IEBC to give direction on the political stalemate. Kenneth, who lost the Nairobi Governor race in August, said recent events have brought uncertainty, which is detrimental to stability. I appeal to each of us to act reasonably without (...)


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