Kenya Supreme Court Expunges PM's Affidavit


Prime Minister Raila Odinga has suffered a setback in his quest to challenge the general elections after an additional affidavit filed later was expunged by the Supreme Court.
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    Capital FM, 26 March 2013

    Prime Minister Raila Odinga suffered a setback in his quest to challenge the election of Uhuru Kenyatta, after the Supreme Court expunged an additional affidavit he filed last ... read more »

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Supreme Court judges rule against Odinga's additional affidavit that was filed late (file photo).

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    The Star, 26 March 2013

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