• The court in 2017 made history as the first African country to nullify a presidential election.
• The seven-judge bench is expected to issue its own rulings, which will be announced in front of the Supreme Court.
The Judiciary has announced that the Supreme Court will rule on the presidential petition hearing at 12 p.m. on Monday.
The seven-judge bench is expected to issue its own rulings, which will be announced in front of the Supreme Court.
The seven include; Chief Justice Martha Koome, Philomena Mwilu (vice president) Njoki Ndung'u, Issac Lenaola, Smokin Wanjala, Mohammed Ibrahim and William Ouko.
Prior to today's decision, Koome officially adjourned the presidential petition hearing on Friday.
The petition that seeks to revoke the election of Deputy President William Ruto as President-elect was presented to the court during the previous three days, and judges utilized the whole weekend to write their rulings on the nine grounds.
Several lawyers who argued on behalf of Raila Odinga, William Ruto, the IEBC, Wafula Chebukati, the chairperson of the commission, and other interested parties, focused heavily on the aforementioned problems.
Beginning on Wednesday, attorneys had three days to present their cases and supporting documentation to the seven-judge bench.
On Friday, the Supreme Court had rejoinders by petitioners made their rejoinder mostly based on the scrutiny report of the IEBC portal and re-tallied votes.
The hearing began on Tuesday with a pre-trial conference after the petitioners and respondents finished filing their affidavits by Monday.
On Friday, the judges pleaded with Kenyans to pray that they would have wisdom when writing the final verdict.