The decision by the Supreme Court on September first revoked President Uhuru’s triumph and requested that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) hold a rehash race inside 60 days.
Following the Supreme Court decision, President Uhuru and his fundamental opposition Hon. Raila Odinga left on a moment round of vivacious crusades until October tenth when the last pulled back his candidature from the rehash surveys.
The resistance boss said that he would not partake in the race expressing that authorities in the discretionary commission who controlled outcomes in the August eighth survey were still in office and were planning to do likewise amid the rehash survey..
After Odinga’s exit, Uhuru is left with different adversaries who are not impressive considering that his fundamental challenger now is Third way Alliance’s Ekuru Aukot who just came fifth among 8 applicants in the August general race with under 1% percent of the votes cast.
Essentially, President Uhuru Kenyatta is likely to win the repeat election as his supporters have turned up in large numbers to take part in the poll. If so, Uhuru gets a birthday gift of being the President of Kenya, for a second term.