Suna East legislator honorable Junet Mohammed has raised concerns over what he has claimed the courts have done the cases that were filed by the four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
In his statement, Junet has narrated how lawyers who were representing the four commissioners filed their cases in different courts but the decisions made by the judges resembles in all of them.
According to him, the hearing of their cases was scheduled to take place on the same day despite being presented in different courts with different judges.
The legislator has now questioned and wondered why this type of coincidence has been witnessed. He has also wondered about the powerful person that could be micromanaging courts.
"Mtukufu Rais today advised us to go to court if we are agrieved. I wish to inform him that FIVE cases were filled by lawyers of The Cherera group in diffrent courts and all the judges in those courts gave the same date for hearing. 14th of Dec. Who is micro managing the courts," stated MP Junet Mohammed.
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