Some few days ago, president of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and the former Prime Minister who is also his handshake partner suffered a huge blow from the Kenyan Judiciary. This came in after the ruling by the five judges of the Supreme court where they nullified this bill saying that the Constitutional process was not followed by its proponents.
Now, this ruling has created two sides in Kenya. One side supports this ruling while the other side are not satisfied by this ruling. Those who supports this ruling are majorly Tangatanga allies. Those opposing this ruling are majorly UhuRaila's allies where they have went ahead to appeal on this case.
Now, today, the secretary general for Jubilee party hon Rafael Tuju has come out to send a strong message to the high court Judges who rejected this bill. While condemning this ruling, Mr Tuju said that the high court Judges should remember that after their ruling, they will need police officers from the government to escort them to their homes. The intention of this Statement by Tuju is still not known.
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