President Uhuru Kenyatta has been forced back to the drawing board following only the Supreme Court’s decision to nullify his Presidential win. Barely hours after the historic decision by the Supreme Court, Uhuru was back on the streets to rally his supporters for what is expected to be an epic repeat in the Presidential elections.
He was accompanied with other key Jubilee leaders such as his Deputy William Ruto, Aden Daule, Kipchumba Murkomen and newly elected Nairobi governor Mike Sonko. His message to the residents during his first campaign stint since the nullification was clear .
We still have the numbers and we will win. “Because we want peace, let them (judges) say what they want to say, but we will still deal with them head on. We have no problem, and we are not afraid,” He said.
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen was another vocal leader in the Burma gathering, and he sensationally promised to oust the Supreme court if NASA continued with their IEBC grievances.