The high court of kenya has spoken over the latest attack by several politicians on their judgment against the BBI initiative. According to various politicians, they have sent warning yo the high court judges of their stand of declaring the BBI initiative as null and void. While speaking, the politicians allied to the handshake partners stated that the high court is trying to revange for Kenyatta over his failure to promote the judges.
On the other hand, the former prime minister warned against those attacking the high court judges urging them to respect the rule of law. Currently the judicial service commission raised eyebrows after the 5 judges revealed that they life are in danger following their recent stand on declaring BBI initiative as null and void. This latest move by the high court judges declaring their life in danger sparked reactions among Kenyans who urged them to keep administering justice to the people of Kenya no matter what cost.
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