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FAKE: Judiciary Service Commission Clarifies The Post Going Round The Social Media Platforms

The judiciary service commission (JSC) has rubbished the claims that the Chief Justice Martha Koome applauded president William Samoei Ruto for holding church services in Statehouse.

The post which was pointed out to be fake by the JSC claimed that Dr. William Samoei Ruto's decision to turn statehouse into a worshipping place was a good example to be followed by the judicial service commission.

Moreover, fake post by made in the name of CJ Martha Koome said that Kenya is a nation of God. Contrary to the constitution of Kenya, the president or any other person holding high government position is not allowed to denounced the religion of others.

For instance, Kenya has two major religions which are recognized by the constitution of Kenya. Notably, Islamic and Christian religions are both acceptable religious organs in Kenya.

CJ Martha Koome, and judge Isaac Lenaola have been accused of being partisan to the government of Dr. William Samoei Ruto. Shortly before the Supreme Court's verdict, another fake post was made in the name of JSC accusing Isaac Lenaola of picking money from Dr. William Samoei Ruto in order to uphold the presidential election results.

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