Kenyan Supreme Court
Weighty lessons from Kenya’s election
Just like many African countries where sitting presidents see their re-election as a walkover, Kenyans had gone to the polls on August 8 with the thinking that the election would be business as usual.
Kenyan Supreme Court’s verdict: a timely lesson!
For a continent known for sit-tight leadership, many would have lost their bets if one had predicted this verdict, more so coming from the background, that the judiciary is often seen as appendages of the executive arm.