Suba North MP Millie Odhiambo had a rather special celebration after The Supreme Court nullified Uhuru Kenyatta's presidency.
After the results were announced, the controversial MP immediately flung herself on the ground and stayed there for a few minutes as a small crowd gathered around her.
“I had promised the Lord that I would lie prostrate on the ground in front of the Supreme Court," said Millie Odhiambo.
Celebrations have been held in different parts of the country after the court ruling.
CJ Maraga announced the 2017 presidential election results as null and void and called for a re run in 60 days.
The ruling at the Supreme Court on Friday, September 1 has transformed Chief Justice David Maraga into an instant hero in the country.
In the latest judgement, which had the judges digest up to 70,000 pages of information, the judges said they will read the explanation later but it was clear that IEBC did not conduct the poll in the best way, legally.
Third Way Alliance presidential candidate Ekuru Aukot has called on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to be punished for conducting a botched election.