Political landscape continues takig shape in the country and the silent war between Judiciary and executive continues as BBI report is expected to tske its battle to Supreme Court. Section of leaders continue hinting that BBI will come back after 2022 general elections and it is no secret.
Chief Justice Martha Koome has been fairing on well with Judiciary despite section of Kenyans together with law makers making noise after her appointment as Chief Justice. Corruption continues being a concern across the country and Kenyans are bitter with DPP Nordin Haji for failing Kenyans in prosecution of criminals.
CJ Martha Koome has been awakedned by good news and she will be allowed to participate in a case involving former KPLC boss. According to Nation Africa News, "Former Kenya Power boss Samuel Gichuru has lost his bid to block Chief Justice Martha Koome from participating in a case involving his extradition to Jersey Island to face theft and money laundering charges."
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