Usawa Kwa Wote party leader and Murang'a governor Mwangi Wa Iria has claimed that his case against his name, being removed from the presidential ballot in August elections.
Iria claims that his case was dismissed by Court and that he wasn't even invited for the presentations.
He added that he has now moved to Supreme Court and he has talked with Chief Justice Martha Koome, who has now said that she will look into Mwangi Wa Iria case.
According to reports, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) rejected Wa Iria's application because he did not provide an adequate number of signatures in support of his presidential bid.
He need a minimum of 48,000 signatures, all of which had to come from residents of at least 24 different counties across the nation.
The governor had aspirations of becoming the next president of the country under the banner of his Usawa Party.
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