Nairobi, September 2017: The last presidential poll in Kenya has created a chaotic situation in the African country. The Supreme Court of Kenya declared the results of last month’s presidential poll “invalid, null and void” and ordered the election be re-run within 60 days. While ruling party and opposition both showed various setbacks of the October 17 date for the fresh presidential election, 84% Kenyans are happy with this date.
Along with this, the company conducted a telephonic survey on the cancellation of the last poll. The survey result revealed that 77 percent of likely voters were satisfied by the September 1 decision by the Supreme Court.
“Elections is not an event but a process. After considering the totality of the entire evidence, we are satisfied that the elections were not conducted in accordance with the dictates of the Constitution and the applicable principles," Chief justice David Maraga said during judgement.