Previous Nairobi lead representative, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, has been given a help after the court requested the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to clear him to run for the Mombasa gubernatorial seat.
The court on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, decided that IEBC was preposterous for declining to acknowledge guaranteed duplicates of Sonko’s scholastic papers outside the specified timetable.
The three-Judge seat of judges O.A. Sewe, S. Githinji and Lady Justice Ong’injo decided that Sonko had met every one of the prerequisites set by the IEBC to challenge for the Mombasa top seat.
Equity Githinji requested the IEBC to periodical Mike Sonko as Wiper applicant in the Mombasa governorship race.
IEBC had wouldn’t accept Sonko’s papers on grounds that he was recently arraigned.
Nonetheless, the court expressed that the electing organization’s choice to dismiss Sonko’s papers disregarded the constitution on the grounds that an allure against his denunciation was forthcoming at the Supreme Court.
The seat had before halted Wiper Party from choosing one more up-and-comer forthcoming the becoming aware of the appeal.