Karua declares her next move in her bid to unseat Governor Waiguru after Supreme Court ruling

NARC Kenya leader Martha Karua/NMG

Narc-Kenya leader Martha Karua will not just accept that Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru did not only defeat her in the county’s gubernatorial election, but has also beaten her 10-nil in the entire litigation.

Karua now says that she is taking her battle to unseat Governor Waiguru in Kirinyaga to the Judiciary employer, JSC, saying “the end of the road for litigation to nullify the (August 2017) election is not the end”.

“There are several other aspects. The JSC (Judicial Service Commission) is one of them. I’m going there and I won’t elaborate on it,” she said on Tuesday night in an interview with Citizen TV.

Karua would not elaborate on the case she is taking to the 8-member commission headed by Chief Justice David Maraga but she hinted that some of the judges who handled her petition are among her targets.

“The judge in question knows about it because they are things that happened that ought not to have taken place,” she said as quoted by the Nation.

The judges who handled the case are High Court Judge Lucy Gitari (Kerugoya) and appellate justices Stephen Gatembu, Roselyn Nambuye, and Hannah Okwengu.

Karua cried foul over the ruling issued by the Supreme Court on Tuesday, dismissing her third and final bid to oust Ms Mumbi adding that the highest court in Kenya just like the High Court and the Court of Appeal, denied her justice.

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