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  1. Avatar Patrick Kamotho July 19th, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    Kethi may have lost but she won all the million plus women in this nation,never give up Sister.We will be with you all the way.For those whom castigated this may the great God repay them in ten folds.

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    1. Avatar DFOG July 19th, 2013 at 2:54 pm

      kwani you expected her to win with forgery document?

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      1. Avatar NEO_KENYAN July 19th, 2013 at 4:56 pm

        Kethi should have allegedly murdered/raped someone or grabbed a piece of property, then she’d have had a shot at not only a senatorial position but a deputy president or even president. Alleged forgery is chump change. Do better next time Kethi.

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      2. Avatar Patrick Kamotho July 23rd, 2013 at 12:33 am

        Yani do you still believe that Jubilee won fair and square,The whole thing was stage managed by the Imperialist system,To be sincere with you ,its said that if a singe vote is tampared with the entire election exercise ought to be stopped,but this wasnt the case with Kenya March 4.

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  2. Avatar WEST July 19th, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    silly-ass LAWYER!!

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  3. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 19th, 2013 at 3:14 pm

    There is total injustice in the whole judgement. First, no one expected Madam Kethi to reclaim her nomination certificate. The surprise composition of the bench said it all. Thats of course after putting our tribal and party leanings together. While CJ used his own wisdom in the matter, judges with friends and relatives in jubilee were the majority in that bench. But justice is justice in our current circumstances. secondly, the judgement had effect of discriminating against prospective Wiper Party candidate. Whats the hurry for and this is a mere by-election? Ordering Wiper Party to present a candidate in just a few hours, in what appeared to be restricted appeasement, is just off the mark. Once the court decided the party had to rejoin the race, sufficient time needed to be granted. After all, other parties have been on the ground since the saga started. Election to be free and fair MUST have level playing field. Nevertheless, in this case, as was the petition in Supreme Court, judges failed to realize that self-inflicted time constraints were not the issue, but undiluted democracy – the supreme will of the people! Giving a party a few hours to get a new candidate is pretty rather curious, if not to wittingly assist opponents! Its certainly founded on sabotage and sabotage alone. The question is: would judiciary be held hostage all the time by unecessary time frames? Democracy is indeed under attack!!!!

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    1. Avatar Gabby July 19th, 2013 at 3:38 pm

      its simple she was not a registered voter…. it tell u of hw corded u are!!!!!!!!

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      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 19th, 2013 at 4:48 pm

        She was unregistered by tna boy!!!!

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        1. Avatar Guest July 19th, 2013 at 5:34 pm

          REALLY! well why did you not present this to the bench (oh sorry, the “TNA biased bench”. The “TNA biased bench summed it all “She is recorded as saying ‘I am a trained lawyer and a diligent one. It is true that I did not check in the register to confirm that my name had been entered in the green book. It would naturally be expected that a diligent lawyer intent on ensuring her rights are safeguarded would have at least bothered to check her registration,” argued the court.”

          Now I await your ever ready rejoinder

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          1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 20th, 2013 at 9:54 am

            Once a citizen presents himself for registration, its NOT upon him to ensure he has been entered in the now irritating numerous IEBC registers. Actually, thats where the problem is! Thats because someone is escaping responsibility here at the expense of another. Then we are being told thats perfectly normal! Of course, when multi-party came calling, the powers that be were afraid of losing elections and thus, resorted to legal mischief to circumvent that. A law based on malice is NOT a law! Its anti-people tool! Judiciary and tna are now embracing those outdated mischiefs to defeat the will of the people. Thats certainly not something to be proud of. However, since somebody is enjoying levers of state power, we find it pretty normal to assault democracy. But it will be interesting to see what happens when the clock turns full circle! Furthermore, we do remember very well the sort of overwhelming screams that we had prior to 2002 elections. Surely, we hardly learn!!!!

    2. Avatar MajorT July 19th, 2013 at 4:35 pm

      People who are not used to Judiciary rulings often blame courts of bias, tribalism, sabotage and all other nonsense they deduce. Having said that, Kethi lost on this one because of her association with RAO and Kalonzo. I wish she went all in by herself. Kethi is not going anywhere anytime soon….stay awa from politics and practice what you know best!!

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      1. Avatar Kwessi Pratt July 19th, 2013 at 4:47 pm

        What are these rulings people are not used to …. tna rulings? And about this association with RAO and Kalonzo you are talking about? Doesnt that mean tna is the problem here? RAO and Kalonzo are Kenyans and leaders of major political parties! Whats the big deal? The only guys threatening your favored leaning!

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        1. Avatar MajorT July 20th, 2013 at 7:55 pm

          It all comes down to the lens you are looking through. RAO and Kalonzo lost, and to associate oneself with losers means that you end up losing. King makers don’t exist anymore.

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