The Coalition for Reform and Democracy (CORD) has said that it will file the petition challenging the announcing of Jubilee's presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the March 4 presidential elections tomorrow.
The coalition has stated that the documents it applied to the High Court to have the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) availed to them, have strengthened their case that the elections were marred by numerous irregularities.
The senator-elect for Siaya county James Orengo, who is also part of the Cord legal team has however decried the slow process at which the IEBC has been availing the documents.
He said despite the fact that the documents availed are only 10 per cent of what the party had asked for, their case is still strong in reviewing the IEBC's announcement of the presidential results.
Orengo has further accused the electoral commission of manipulating the documents. He raised issue with the IEBC recalling party agents to counter-sign the documents which he says were different from the initial results.
Makueni Senator-elect Mutula Kilonzo who will also be representing Cord in court expressed concern over the IEBC's reluctance to cooperate with the coalition. "Frustration in law contributes to concealing information which is criminal," Kilonzo said.
Amos Wako who won the Busia senate seat on an ODM ticket raised question over the busy itinerary of Jubilee's president and deputy president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto respectively.
The two have held several meetings with key state institutions such as the top security organs of the country, trade union officials, treasury, members of the business community, and ambassadeurs from several African states, China and Russia.
Wako termed the activities as illegal. He argued that the two have no capacity to represent the country in such situations since they have not officially assumed office yet.