Several days ago a Kenyan by the name George Theuri took president William Ruto to court over the appointment of principal secretaries, this made the court to temporarily stop the vetting of the PSs until a judgement was made lifting the temporal suspension.
Today the judiciary of Kenya lead by chief Justice Martha Koome have released the justice report, president William Ruto has been among the attendees of the event.
The head of state has cleared the air on why he has attended most of the judiciary functions yet it is an independent institution, Ruto has said that his presence in the judiciary events is meant to ensure they work effectively and he has never made a call to direct the on how to judge.
While giving his speech, Ruto noticed the presence of George Theuri. Ruto said he is happy that he is not organising protests becaude he did not win the case against him, Ruto encouraged Kenyans to take him to court because it is within the law.
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