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Supreme Court to deliver, in full, reasons for poll nullification tomorrow 10am

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Deputy CJ Mwilu (left), CJ Maraga and judge Ibrahim at the Supreme Court/CFM NEWS

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 19 – The Supreme Court will tomorrow at 10 am deliver, in full, its reasons for voiding President Uhuru Kenyatta’s August 8 election victory.

Two of the six judges who were of a different mind will also detail their reasons for opposing the action.

It is hoped the detailed judgement will set the record straight on a number of issues concerning the repeat presidential poll it ordered on September 1.

It will however be delivered under the shadow of an assault on the integrity of the four judges who voted in favour of a repeat exercise.

OLIVE BURROWS: With a decade of storytelling under her belt, Olive Burrows has been with Capital FM for the last four years and perhaps most notably interviewed US President Barack Obama. Committed to asking the hard questions and telling the story in the most engaging way possible, she has also interviewed Melinda Gates, a UK Minister and severally had the opportunity to sit across from President Uhuru Kenyatta and address the pressing issues of the day. Other notables she has had occasion to seek answers from are UN Secretary General António Guterres and John Kerry in his time as US Secretary of State.