- Babu revealed how humble he was to have been given the opportunity to serve his people - The politician urged his rival to join him in helping Embakasi East constituents - Babu made the announcement hours after the Supreme Court upheld his election - The High Court had dismissed his victory but the Court of Appeal upheld it on Friday, June 8, 2018 Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has urged his bitter rival Francis Mureithi to join him so they can work together in helping Embakasi constituents.
A Federal Capital Teritory, FCT, High Court in Maitama, Abuja had sacked Duke and declared a former Minister of Information, Prof. Jerry Gana, as winner of the presidential primary election of SDP conducted on October 6, 2018.
File photo: SAPS (Twitter) PRETORIA - The urgent application brought by three members of the disbanded South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) board to set aside Energy Minister Jeff Radebe’s decision to have them removed has been struck from the urgent role at the North Gauteng High Court due to a technicality.
“The earlier directives are already the subject of a pending High Court application.
- Babu Owino's election was nullified by the High Court but victory was reinstated by Court of Appeal - Supreme Court upheld decision by Court of Appeal and dismissed all appeal grounds by Francis Mureithi who contested against Babu - Wajir West MP Ahmed Kolosh elected on ODM party was nullified due to massive irregularities - Gatundu North MP Annie Wanjiku Kibeh who the High Court had nullified her victory was saved from going back to the ballot by Supreme Court - Marakwet East MP Kangogo Bowen also won the appeal against initial nullification by High Court The Supreme Court has upheld the election of Babu Owino as Embakasi East MP stating he was validly elected.
While reading the judgment on Friday, justice Isaac Lenaola noted that the Court of Appeal did no err in overturning the High Court decision that the MP was not validly elected.
Court of Appeal judges said the election was conducted in line with the law, and the nullification of his win by the High Court in March was without a basis.
Kangogo's election was nullified by the High Court after voter Sammy Kemboi said the August 8, 2017 vote was not transparent.
The High Court cancelled Mr Kolosh's election in March, stating that there was a deliberate plan to suppress the will of voters.
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