President William Ruto, earlier today, attended the administration of justice report launch that was presided over by Chief justice Martha Koome at a colourful event that took place in the capital city, Nairobi.
During the event, president William Ruto left the audience in stitches when he looked around and identified someone who took him to court recently and decided to name him.
According to Ruto, law society of Kenya president Eric Theuri took him to court over the appointment of principal secretaries and that he was not offended by the action. He said that kenyans are free to seek legal redress in court if they are offended by any action by the government.
"I am pleased to see Eric Theuri (LSK president) here who took me to court. It is okay to take the government to court or me to court, I have no problem. If you have a matter and if I lose I have no problem. It means I was wrong. Nobody is an angel all of us can be wrong or right," he said amidst laugher.
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