Chief Justice Martha Koome says 91 of all the petitions that were filed after the 2022 General Election have been finalized.
A total of 128 petitions are still pending with the High Court and Court of Appeal handling subsequent appeals.
“The report shows that 91 of the 219 matters filed - including those contesting party lists - have been finalised in their courts of origin,” said the Chief Justice who spoke when she received a report from the Judiciary Committee on Elections on the status of petitions.
The finalized petitions include the consolidated presidential petition that was concluded within the set timelines.
Twelve petitions were filed in relation to the election of Governor and 28 for Member of the National Assembly.
Two petitions were filed against the election of Senator, 4 for Woman Representative, 77 for Member of County Assembly and 89 party list petitions.