Opposition leader, Raila Odinga, has said officials of the Elections Commission should be prosecuted.
“I don’t trust this Commission,” he noted.
Kenya Supreme Court today declared the presidential elections null and void after the opposition filed complaints of election fraud and tampering of voter electric systems.
Uhuru Kenyatta who was declared winner after the elections said “personally he doesn’t agree with the outcome of the ruling, but will respect the court’s decision”.
The elections is to be held in 60 days, as ruled by the Supreme Court, but the pronouncement by Odinga that he no longer trust the Elections Commission could create another hurdle for the slated presidential election.