Netizens have been left in surprise after a story about the latest details about the five High Court judges who made a ruling on the Building Bridges initiative Constitutional Amendment Bill declaring the Document unconstitutional surfaced online.
According to details shared on the facebook page Kenyans.co.ke on Tuesday night, The Kenya Magistrates and Judges Association (KMJA) asked interior cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiangi and Inspector General of police Hillary Mutyambai to provide the five judges with security saying they have been receiving threats since their ruling on the BBI bill which declared the Document unconstitutional.
Below are comments from Netizens on the post.
"Tuju confirmed the threats live in the media. Right now we have a rogue government in action. " a comment read.
"It shows how low this country has sunk. Cartels and deep state are fighting back. " a comment read.
"Raila stop threatening our judges. Judiciary is an independent arm of Government. " a comment read.
"God's protection be upon you our saviour." A comment read.
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