Just recently, Raphael Tuju caused plenty of discussions and debates in the country as he talked about the High Court ruling on the BBI. He criticised the 5 judges who as he talked about matters of their security and other sensitive things about the Judiciary.
Today, Kenyans have been given food for thought after Professor Makau Mutua made a critical observation. Through his official twitter account, the American based Lawyer defended the Jubilee party secretary general by saying that Tuju isn't a fool.
After that, Professor Makau asked how an intelligent person like Raphael Tuju may end up making fooling statements about the five judge BBI bench.
"JUBILEE Secretary General Raphael Tuju isn’t a FOOL. So, why would he make FOOLISH statements about the five-judge BBI bench?" Tweeted Makau Mutua.
Does Makau Mutua mean Tuju was just fed the information he spoke by someone else? That whatever he said were not his words but someone's else? Or what exactly did Makau Mutua mean? That is definitely food for thought for Kenyans.
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