Reputable lawyer Julie Soweto replied on Wednesday after the six judges were sworn in at the State House.
The youthful lawyer who represented Raila Odinga in the presidential dispute before the Supreme Court has congratulated the six judges on their appointment.
She added that because they had been carrying the judivi cross, they deserved their job.
"Today marked the end of the egregious delay in the appointment of the six judges who have been carrying the burden of the judiciary. Thank you, justices." It was written in Soweto.
Soweto has praised President William Ruto for giving the six judges a chance.
On Twitter, she continued to criticize the JSC while asserting that they had completed their constitutional duty.
"However, the President should receive all the credit for acting morally rather than the JSC, which neglected its obligation under the Constitution to defend the judges while they were under attack. The JSC never tried to enforce conformity to the constitution's values and tenets "she noted, using her twitter account.
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