1.Upon perusing the notice of motion application by the applicant, Julius Orenge, dated August 26, 2022 and filed on the even date, seeking to be enjoined in these proceedings as an interested party; and
2.Upon reading the supporting affidavit of Julius Orenge, a Kenyan citizen and a registered voter, sworn on August 26, 2022; and
3.Upon considering the grounds adduced by the applicant in support of the orders to be enjoined as an interested party, wherein he postulates that he shall demonstrate that in a National Election, successful electoral fraud arising from voters register on a sufficient scale can have the effect of a coup d’etat, protest or corruption of democracy; and
4.Considering that the relevant law in that regard to interested parties is rule 17A (4) of the Supreme Court (Presidential Election Petition) Rules, 2017, which provides that an application by any person as an interested party shall not be allowed in a presidential election Petition, we find as follows:
Orders:a.The application dated August 26, 2022 and filed on the same date seeking joinder of Julius Orenge as interested party to this petition is hereby dismissed.b.There shall be no orders as to costs.
5.It is so ordered.