Some section of Kenyans seem to have been pleased with the five Bench Judges' decision on finding BBI document unconstitutional making barring IEBC from conducting referendum. This decision seemed to be a big win to the deputy president William Ruto together with his allies but a major blow to handshake fraternity being led by former prime minister Raila Amollo and the head of state.
Since then, there have been a constant attack on the judiciary due to the decision that they made concerning the document. Leaders allied to handshake have continued to blame the high court claiming that their verdict was biased and that they will proceed to court of appeal to ensure that the judgement is reviewed.
Just few minutes ago, Denis Itumbi who is alleged to be DP Ruto's lawyer have shared a letter from the Kenya magistrate and judges association requesting those aggrieved by the BBI rulling to follow right procedure to challenge it rather than attacking the judges.
They are further requesting for the CS Matiang'i to ensure that they are protected. Below is the letter.
What's your opinion, do you think the five Bench judges deserve security from interior CS ?
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