Kenya’s Supreme Court is expected to deliver its judgement on the challenge to the outcome of last month’s hotly contested presidential poll.
The electoral commission declared Deputy President William Ruto winner with 7.1 million votes, but his rival, veteran politician Raila Odinga, who came second with 6.9 million, disputed the results.
Security has been beefed up as the country awaits the court’s verdict and roads leading to the court have been closed as many schools will send pupils home early.
The Supreme Court made history five years ago when it annulled the outcome of the poll citing procedural irregularities and illegalities. END