Supreme Court of Kenya
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The Supreme Court of Kenya is the highest court in Kenya. It is established under Article 163 of the Kenyan Constitution. As the highest court in the nation, its decisions are binding and set precedent on all other courts in the country.
The court comprises the Chief Justice of Kenya, who is the president of the Court, the Deputy Chief Justice of Kenya, who is the deputy to the Chief Justice and the vice-president of the court and five other judges. The Supreme Court is properly constituted for purposes of its proceedings when it has a composition of five judges.
The following are the current members of the Supreme Court 
- Chief Justice & President Of The Supreme Court Of Kenya: The Hon. Justice (Dr.) Willy Munyoki Mutunga, D. Jur., Sc, EGH
- Deputy Chief Justice & Deputy President Of The Supreme Court Of Kenya: The Hon. Lady Justice Kalpana Hasmukhrai Rawal
- Hon. Mr. Justice Philip Kiptoo Tunoi
- Hon. Justice (Prof.) Jackton Boma Ojwang
- Hon. Mr. Justice Mohamed Khadhar Ibrahim
- Hon. Justice (Dr.) Smokin Wanjala
- Hon. Lady Justice Njoki Susanna Ndung'u
- Hon. Lady Justice Nancy Makokha Baraza
It has exclusive original jurisdiction to hear and determine disputes relating to the elections to the office of President arising under Article 140 and subject to clause (4) and (5) of Article 163 of the Constitution, appellate jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from the Court of Appeal and any other court or tribunal as prescribed by national legislation 
2013 Presidency Petition
The first round of the presidential election took place on March 4, 2013. Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the president-elect of Kenya by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission. Raila Odinga challenged this in the Supreme Court of Kenya. His petition challenging the results was dismissed on March 30, 2013.
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