HERE is why UHURU will beat RAILA ODINGA with over 60 PERCENT despite SUPREME COURT ‘s VERDICT

Friday September 1, 2017-On Friday, the Supreme Court nullified Uhuru's win after NASA proved IEBC had conducted a sham election marred with illegalities.

 In its ruling the Supreme Court declared that President Uhuru Kenyatta was not validly elected and called for another election within the next 60 days.

 Following the Supreme Court’s decision, Uhuru will now face off with NASA presidential candidate, Raila Odinga in a fresh presidential election.

However, Raila is set to face off with an opponent who has huge machinery behind him after his Jubilee Party clinched majority of the seats in the bicameral parliament.

Jubilee Party garnered 164 of 290 parliamentary seats as NASA garnered 124 seats including 16 Woman Representative Seats. 

Jubilee party had 31 women representatives, who also seat in the National Assembly and their influence in Uhuru's campaign in the repeat election cannot be overstated. 

Uhuru also has more senators than Raila- a total of 38, including nominated ones out of 47- which goes to show just how much he will have at his disposal to marshal grassroots campaigns.

In short if elections are held today, Uhuru will garner more than 60 percent of the total votes since he has enough machinery to form the next government.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

  1. that map is generation of the cooked zombies is the houses.

    simple as that.

  2. 70+1 debe tena

  3. FORGET YOUR NUMBERS,PEOPLE DONT WANT WAHIZI.SHAME

  4. CONTINUE CHEATING YOUSELF,UHURU WILL NOT GET IT THIS,KENYANS ARE TIED WITH UWIZI KILA BAADA YA MIAKA TANO.SHAME

  5. UHURUTO WINNING AGAIN!NASA WILL SEE DUST THIS TIME

  6. Kijathe hakina bahati......Uhuruto will win by over 60% wapende wasipende.

  7. Why coast and ukambani did not celebrate the annulment is telling that they have realized they are in wrong bus.....obvious many will vote for winn8ng side Uhuruto

  8. IEBC will conduct elections and Uhuruto of JP will win....

  9. Nullified polls were okay save for tallying and transmission - John Kerry's Carter Centre

    Sep. 01, 2017, 6:00 pm

    By EMMANUEL WANJALA @rambsnabiswa

    The Carter Centre – one of the key observers of the August 8 elections – has stood by its verdict that the exercise was free, fair and transparent.

    This is despite Supreme Court’s nullification of the presidential election results in a judgement delivered by a six-judge bench on Friday.

    In a statement, the Centre whose observer mission was headed by former US Secretary of State John Kerry, said the court based its decision on the illegalities committed during results transmission and not the voting and counting process.

    "The Center affirms the observations and conclusions in its August 10 and August 17 statements and notes that the Supreme Court’s ruling is focused on problems that occurred during the transmission of results that impacted its integrity, and not the voting or counting processes."

    In its August 10 statement, the US-based organisation said the transmission of results from polling stations to the 290 constituencies and the national tallying centre was not reliable.

    It, however, said the voting and counting exercise had generally been conducted well and gave the IEBC a clean bill of health.

    "The Kenya Integrated Election Management System (KIEMS) for the biometric identification of voters functioned well in most polling stations."

    "This served as an effective means to prevent multiple voting and to dispel concerns regarding the voter registry," the Centre notes in its August 10 preliminary observations.

    The organisation's stand and similar observations from several other international observer missions did not, however, arguer well with NASA principals.

    NASA leader Raila Odinga filed the petition that led to the nullification of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election.

    He accused the observer groups of legitimising a fraudulent electoral process.

    Raila on Friday said the apex court’s ruling now puts the missions on trial.

    "Their role must be re-examined, as it is highly politicised and currently puts status quo and "stability" ahead of credible elections," the ODM leader said at a press conference in Nairobi.

    The Carter Centre defended itself against the accusations saying: "In both statements (August 10 and 17), the Center stressed that the electoral process was not yet complete and that an overall assessment could not be given until its conclusion, including the resolution of any electoral petitions."

    The Centre went ahead and commended the Supreme Court for its judgement and urged it to speedily publish the detailed ruling to allow a repeat election to be held under clear circumstances.

    "Today’s ruling is both important and encouraging, because it highlights the independence of the Kenyan judiciary and its important role as a key institutional pillar in Kenya’s democracy.

    "Now that the Supreme Court has ruled, it is incumbent on all Kenyans to accept the ruling and prepare for fresh elections," the observer group said.

  10. Nullified polls were okay save for tallying and transmission - John Kerry's Carter Centre

    Sep. 01, 2017, 6:00 pm

    By EMMANUEL WANJALA @rambsnabiswa

    The Carter Centre – one of the key observers of the August 8 elections – has stood by its verdict that the exercise was free, fair and transparent.

    This is despite Supreme Court’s nullification of the presidential election results in a judgement delivered by a six-judge bench on Friday.

    In a statement, the Centre whose observer mission was headed by former US Secretary of State John Kerry, said the court based its decision on the illegalities committed during results transmission and not the voting and counting process.

    "The Center affirms the observations and conclusions in its August 10 and August 17 statements and notes that the Supreme Court’s ruling is focused on problems that occurred during the transmission of results that impacted its integrity, and not the voting or counting processes."

    In its August 10 statement, the US-based organisation said the transmission of results from polling stations to the 290 constituencies and the national tallying centre was not reliable.

    It, however, said the voting and counting exercise had generally been conducted well and gave the IEBC a clean bill of health.

    "The Kenya Integrated Election Management System (KIEMS) for the biometric identification of voters functioned well in most polling stations."

    "This served as an effective means to prevent multiple voting and to dispel concerns regarding the voter registry," the Centre notes in its August 10 preliminary observations.

    The organisation's stand and similar observations from several other international observer missions did not, however, arguer well with NASA principals.

    NASA leader Raila Odinga filed the petition that led to the nullification of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election.

    He accused the observer groups of legitimising a fraudulent electoral process.

    Raila on Friday said the apex court’s ruling now puts the missions on trial.

    "Their role must be re-examined, as it is highly politicised and currently puts status quo and "stability" ahead of credible elections," the ODM leader said at a press conference in Nairobi.

    The Carter Centre defended itself against the accusations saying: "In both statements (August 10 and 17), the Center stressed that the electoral process was not yet complete and that an overall assessment could not be given until its conclusion, including the resolution of any electoral petitions."

    The Centre went ahead and commended the Supreme Court for its judgement and urged it to speedily publish the detailed ruling to allow a repeat election to be held under clear circumstances.

    "Today’s ruling is both important and encouraging, because it highlights the independence of the Kenyan judiciary and its important role as a key institutional pillar in Kenya’s democracy.

    "Now that the Supreme Court has ruled, it is incumbent on all Kenyans to accept the ruling and prepare for fresh elections," the observer group said.

  11. Wait a minute ....JP have highest numbers in all elective seats and thus won Prezo elections...period.

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