The beset Judiciary has come out to safeguard its record in administering equity to people in general, saying it is unequaled.
This is after a part of Kenyans, particularly those associated to President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM pioneer Raila Odinga, addressed who the Judiciary was serving after 5 High Court Judges delivered the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), which was promoted as a group driven drive, unlawful, invalid and void; a decision that has seen judges compromised and assaulted from right, left and focus.
In an explanation, the adjudicators kept up that they won't be shaken by dangers yet would keep apportioning their orders to people in general.
This comes even as they requested that examinations be opened into the assaults and that Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai and CS Fred Matiangi furnish them with enough security.
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