The war between Judiciary and executive is now expanding and things are falling apart faster than anyone thought. The recent rulling by high Court has left frustration in the deep state and things are getting messy. On NTV interview Raphael Tuju made one blunder he will leave to regret. He said,
"Judges should learn the word 'interdependence' because as soon as they finish a ruling, they need policemen to escort them home." Tuju trethened.
This angered LSK president Nelson Havi who furiously reacted to his sentiments and boldly warned him and his deep state fraternity. He said, "Raphael Tuju, hear and get me loud and clear. Your buffoonery seems to know no limit. Judges volunteer to serve in an Arm of Government. Their security is not a privilege but a right. This is not Uganda in the 70s. Cross that line again and you will live to regret it." Angry LSK Boss warned.
Could Tuju remarks worsen the relationship between Judiciary and executive?
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