Light moment at Supreme Court as IEBC lawyers clash
Legal advisors addressing the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) in the Supreme Court have conflicted over the utilization of the testimonies recorded by Commissioner Irene Masit.
Masit is one of the four chiefs who went against the official outcomes reported by the executive, Wafula Chebukati.
Senior Counsel Githu Muigai – addressing the IEBC executive Wafula Chebukati – contended that testimonies recorded by legal advisors whose arrangement had been struck out ought not be utilized.
He was making reference to the arrangement of Issa Mansour as the legal advisor addressing Masit, bad habit executive Juliana Cherera, Francis Wanderi and Justus Nyang’aya. “To the degree that the affirmation was recorded in archives by Issa Mansour. The comprehension from yesterday was that his records were struck out close by his notification of appearance, then, at that point, there should not to be a reference to that oath,” he contended.
Nonetheless, Senior Counsel Paul Muite – addressing the four contradicting chiefs expressed that the striking out was on the arrangement of the law office and not the reports.
“There is a mistake that was expressed by my associate. The decision by this good court struck out the notification of arrangement of supporters by Issa that is what I heard with my ears,” Muite expressed.