Breaking: The High Court has stopped IEBC from verifying BBI signatures until a case filed before it is heard and determined. Diaspora wants to participate in the exercise.
In an order issued by Justice Jairus Ngaah, neither Chebukati nor any other IEBC representatives from authorizing a referendum process until the case is heard and determined.
The order brings a temporary stop to the BBI Reggae which former Prime minister had said nobody can stop.
In a tweet by Millicent Omanga, the order stops IEBC from conducting referendum until the Diaspora Kenyans are heard.
The suit was filed under a certificate of urgency by a Kenyan voter in diaspora, one James Gitau, who noted that diaspora voters had been left out of the collection of BBI signatures drive.BB
Court orders @IEBCKenya not to verify partially collected BBI signatures until a case filed by Diaspora Voters is heard and determined, bars IEBC from conducting referendum. Nobody can stop reggae! ? pic.twitter.com/P4Zczk1Um0
— Millicent Omanga (@MillicentOmanga) December 9, 2020