Opposition leader Raila Odinga has arrived at the Supreme Court yard ahead Monday’s ruling on whether they can access IEBC servers.
Judges are expected to rule on Raila legal team’s application to access IEBC servers in search of more evidence on the alleged rigging during the August 8 general election.
Raila was accompanied by Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetang’ula among other NASA leaders.
Attorney General Githu Muigai and the Law Society of Kenya have been allowed by the Supreme Court to participate in the presidential petition as friends of the court.
Applications by lawyer Charles Kanjama and Information Communication Association (ITCA) were however disallowed.
On time allocation, Raila’s legal team will have a maximum of five hours to make their submissions.
The time was allocated to allow NASA to argue all its 28 issues it has raised over the outcome of the presidential elections.
Lawyers representing the IEBC and Uhuru will each have one and a half hours to respond to NASA’s submissions.
IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati’s team has been allocated three hours. Interested parties and friends of the court have each been allocated 20 minutes.