The Narc Kenya leader had been fighting for the use of the report which will now be part of her evidence in the case.
Former Kirinyaga leader Martha Karua has made a major breakthrough after the court allowed her to use the audit report by the court’s deputy registrar on poll materials used in Kirinyaga governor poll as evidence.
The ruling was made by Justice Lucy Gitari during the hearing of the ongoing case challenging the election of Governor Anne Waiguru during the 2017 poll.
The Narc Kenya Party leader appealed a previous ruling in the case challenging Governor Waiguru’s victory that was thrown out due to lack of enough evidence.
“The former Gichugu MP’s case is ‘hopeless, defective and incurable’,” Justice Gitari had ruled in the initial ruling.
She further asked Mount Kenya leaders to "acquaint themselves with the Bill of Rights especially the freedom of association.
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