Supreme Court will issue a judgement on the presidential petition hearing at 12pm on Monday, the Judiciary has said.
The Judiciary announced this on Monday in a notice sent to newsrooms.
The seven-judge bench is expected to make their own judgements and read them out at the Supreme Court.
The seven include; Chief Justice Martha Koome, Philomena Mwilu (vice president) Njoki Ndung’u, Issac Lenaola, Smokin Wanjala, Mohammed Ibrahim and William Ouko.
Koome on Friday formally adjourned the presidential petition hearing ahead of today’s judgment.
Judges used the entire weekend to write their judgment on the nine issues canvased before court the past three days in the petition that seeks to overturn the election of Deputy President William Ruto as President-elect.
The above issues formed a huge portion of arguments by dozens of lawyers who represented Raila Odinga, Ruto, IEBC, the commission chairperson Wafula Chebukati and other interested parties.
Lawyers had three days to make arguments and evidence before the seven-judge bench beginning Wednesday.
On Friday, the Supreme Court had rejoinders by petitioners made their rejoinder mostly based on the scrutiny report of the IEBC portal and re-tallied votes.
The hearing began on Tuesday with a pre-trial conference after the petitioners and respondents finished filing their affidavits by Monday.
The judges on Friday asked Kenyans to pray for them to have discernment when writing the judgment.
The court in 2017 made history as the first African country to nullify a presidential election.