President William Ruto attended the presentation of the Administration of Justice in Kenya Annual Report on Monday, December 5. The chief justice Martha Koome and deputy chief justice Philomena Mwilu were joined by the president. Eric Theuri, president of LSK, was also present.
The president poked fun at the president of the LSK, Eric Theuri, during his speech, which brought about a humorous moment. He made reference to the lawsuit Theuri had filed in an effort to stop parliament from screening PSs due to regional imbalance in the appointments. Theuri claimed that the president had ignored some regions in that situation. The president said that he was happy that Theuri did not call for demonstrations after he lost that case. The Head of State insisted that every has a right to justice and everyone is free to go to court.Theuri, Eric
"Eric Theuri, a friend of mine who recently drove me to court, is visible to me here. I'm glad you refrained from planning protests after you lost the case. Everyone has the right to seek justice in court, "alluded the president as the audience laughed. To ensure that Kenyans have easy access to justice, Ruto reassured the judicial officials that his administration will continue to cooperate with the judiciary.https://www.facebook.com/100079759311620/posts/pfbid0cnANaEvdLXRvUqmJQ2HLimeiNHWPdcsKE8QuDAYRP3pvcFx1wWtWhmZjyNJMmvkcl/?app=fbl
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