Roads around Supreme Court closed for presidential petition
Motorists will be barred from accessing any road that leads to the Supreme Court for the next several days.
Meanwhile, police have rejected a request from National Super Alliance (NASA) to hold prayers for the presidential petition on Sunday outside the Supreme Court.
Speaking to Nairobi News, Nairobi Police boss Japheth Koome said motorists should note that NTSA will not allow any persons to disrupt the court proceedings.
“Note that City Hall way, Taifa Road and part of Wabera Street will remain closed from both vehicular and human traffic. Also the High court parking will remain closed for vehicle and small scale traders (hawkers). This applies on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Friday,” he said.
Earlier on Friday, NASA leaders announced plans to hold prayers for the presidential petition on Sunday outside the Supreme Court.
“Please note that I will not allow any person to disrupt the court proceedings hence the request by NASA rejected,” said Mr Koome.
The Opposition leaders also plan to early next week to deliberate on whether or not the NASA Members of Parliament-elect should attend the first session of the 12th Parliament as summoned by President Uhuru Kenyatta.