[PHOTOS] Celebrations as Supreme court upholds Ruto's win

Chief Justice Martha Koome said Ruto garnered 50 percent plus one votes cast.

In Summary

•Kenya Kwanza supporters could not hide their joy as they took to the streets to celebrate his win.

Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU

The Supreme Court of Kenya on Monday confirmed the election of William Ruto as the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya.

Reading the verdict on Monday, Chief Justice Martha Koome said Ruto garnered 50 per cent plus one percent of the total votes cast required for one to be declared the winner. 

Ruto garnered 7.1m votes while Raila Odinga got 6.9m as declared by the IEBC.

Kenya Kwanza supporters could not hide their joy as they took to the streets to celebrate his win.

From Nairobi to other parts of Nairobi, jubilant supporters sang and danced following the verdict.

Different leaders congratulated the president-elect and wished him luck saying it is time for the country to move on.

Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters celebrate at Kibra area, Nairobi after his win was upheld, on Monday September 5, 2022.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday, September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday, September 5, 2022.
Image: Stanley Njenga

Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday, September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday, September 5, 2022.
Image: Stanley Njenga
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday, September 5, 2022.
Ruto supporters take to streets to celebrate his win at Kibra Nairobi on Monday, September 5, 2022.
Image: Stanley Njenga
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