In a cryptic statement on social media, Ahmednasir left little as to what he meant after suggesting that former Chief Justices David Maraga and Mr Mutunga had emerged to make a stand on Uhuru's perceived war against the Judiciary while Koome was silent.
This statement is however far from the truth as Koome had issued a statement on 4th June telling off the president over his decision and urging him to appoint the remaining six Judges.
And now, agreeing with this writer, National rainbow coalition (NARC) Kenya party leader Martha Karua has emerged to rush to the defence of the Chief Justice Martha Koome indicating that the allegations by the city lawyer are not true.
Karua reminded the City lawyer that he had even shared the statement by Koome and tagged her on it wondering why the lawyer had suddenly changed tune to claim that the Chief Justice was silent.
"Spoke and you commented tagging me if i recall" she responded, effectively defending Martha Koome.
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