Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua now wants the court to nullify the entire August 8 general election.
In a certificate of urgency at the High Court in Kerugoya, Karua argues that the presidential election was carried out alongside five others, which should also be nullified.
She said all lower courts are bound by the decision of the Supreme Court, which found irregularities in the presidential election.
Through lawyer Gitobu Imanyara, Karua asked the court to refer the matter to the Chief Justice so he can constitute a three-bench judge to hear her application.
She reportedly said there is no need to hear the main application she filed in court since the Supreme Court findings are binding to all other seats.
Karua, who lost her bid for the Kirinyaga governor seat, had filed a petition challenging Anne Waiguru’s victory.
Her recent application will be heard on September 18.