CJ Koome courtesy Facebook
Kimilili member of Parliament Hon Didimus Barasa has now sent strong message to lady justice Martha Koome.
MP Barasa's remarks was after CJ Koome in her press statement on the dramatic arrest of High judges Juma Chitembwe and Aggrey Muchelule by the DCI officers over claims of bribery.
With Koome playing soft in her statement on the arrest, the Tanga Tanga lawmaker feels the CJ is being gentle with people trying to subvert the rule of law.
He read mischief saying the author of the letter was in bed with the executive.
"Reading the press statement by @CJMarthaKoome , I can deduce that the language and the tone of the message was cleverly done to avoid incensing the executive. I can aptly say the author is in bed with the people who are attempting to mutilate the independence of the judiciary," MP Barasa tweeted.
The deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto allied MP warned CJ Koome that she may be the next victim If she does not rise to the occasion and defend the independence of the judiciary.
"CJ should wake up and defend the independence of the judiciary at all cost. She may be the next victim since the excecutive seem to be guided by interests which may change tommorow. @ CJMarthaKoome," he added.
MP Didimus Barasa courtesy Facebook
MP Didimus Barasa who is an ex-military is not the only One who has warned CJ Koome over her soft stance as Judiciary is being intimidated by the executive.
Former majority leader Hon Kipchumba Murkomen had also warned the new lady justice.
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