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Mwilu urges Kenyans to pray for them while they await judgment.

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Vice President of the Supreme Court and Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has requested the people of Kenya to pray for the judges as they deliberate the presidential case in private.

After three long days of testimony from hundreds of attorneys, the hearing was finally wrapped up on Friday.

Mwilu said that they had worked together as a unit and he believes they would make sound decisions after hearing all the arguments.

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