AhmedNasir Abdullahi has come out on his social Media account to question the credibility of the Kenyan courts, more so the court of Appeal for failure to use dictionaries in terms of reference.
He said that in the interpretation of the constitution, the most important tool that must be used is the dictionary. Whether it's the court of Appeal, the High Court or the supreme court.
In his view, he alleges that the High Court, the supreme court, and the court of Appeal can use either the Oxford English dictionary or Black's law.
"In interpreting a constitutional provision,the most important tool the High Court & Supreme Court of Kenya use is a dictionary, either Oxford English Dictionary or Black's Law. Strangely the Court of Appeal has no time for Dictionaries.Tells u a lot about capacities of our courts" a statement from AhmedNasir Abdullahi.
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