The first in command William Ruto is set to battle high profile court cases that will determine his administration roles and shape his ambitions. However the judiciary is set to play an important role in the ongoing cases as might either shape up or shape down Ruto's administrative ambitions.
The first case being filed by professor Fred Ogolla on hustler fund is set to be heard this year as it claims that the fund is illegal since it never followed legal procedures before it's roll out, Fred Ogolla argues that the fund was rolled out without any appropriation by the national assembly as required in the Regulations and the Public Finance management Act.
Additionally the case also entangled telecommunication service providers such as safaricom and Airtel as it questions why Kenyans are being asked for their personal identification numbers to access the loans. The other case is competency based curriculum filed by lawyer Esther Ang'awa as she says that the CBC is expensive to parents. The three bench judges, justices Hedwig Ongundi, Anthony Mrima and Anthony Ndung'u are set to give their verdict this year which seeks to the scrapping of CBC.
In addition to that the other case that is active in the courts is the creation of the office of chief administrative secretary which was filed by the law society of Kenya, kenya airways verses 400 member kenya airline pilots association on their deal, Tecra Mungai Inquest -the person of interest is her former boyfriend Omar lali, Climate change compensation filed by Baringo herders, Human rights lawyer Willie Kimani as the three administration police officers are set to be sentenced over the murder of Willie Kimani, legality of cohabitation and come we stay marriages, Meta and former Facebook content moderator, corruption and finally removal of justice Said Juma Chitembwe.
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