William Ruto was elected correctly ruled president by Kenya’s Supreme court, the result of the 9 august elections dismissing several petitions seeking.
Raila Odinga, His rival, and others had alleged there had been monstrous fraud.
The judges said some of the solicitors had falsified evidence but in a scathing ruling.
Mr. Odinga voted in the closely fought election against Mr. Ruto.
Next week will be sworn 55-years-old Fifth president of the country.
Following the decision, Mr. Ruto said he would stretch out a hand of fellowship to his political rivals and commended the legal executive and the constituent commission for maintaining the “will of individuals.”
Despite being the current deputy president, Mr. Ruto was not backed by the outgoing President, Uhuru Kenyatta, who campaigned for his former rival, Mr. Odinga.
Mr. Kenyatta congratulated the leaders elected in the general elections but didn’t mention Mr. Ruto by name in a recorded message.
The president, who has conflicted with the legal executive a few times previously, communicated his doubts about the Supreme Court administering, yet said he would keep it.
The eight petitions challenging the elections were all dismissed.
She said he presented no credible evidence that the electronic voting transmission system had been tampered with by a supposed “middle man.”
Concerning active President Kenyatta, who endeavored to keep his appointee from succeeding him, it will be fascinating to check whether their relationship stays stressed.
Most importantly, Kenya has shown that it can resolve election disputes without resorting to the violence we have seen in the past.