Hon. Sabina Chege, a nominee for the Jubilee party in the House of Representatives, spoke out in opposition to Chief Justice Martha Koome's decision to label Julia Soweto's testimony in the Supreme Court as "hot air."
The outspoken legislator called the decision to reject Julie Soweto's plea unfair while speaking on the subject. She continued by saying Martha Koome tried to bring a young attorney to justice.
The former Murang'a county woman representative stated that she would not sit in parliament and watch while women were dissuaded from putting up their best efforts. She promised to fight against any efforts to undermine women.
The Supreme Court of Kenya's decision to dismiss Azimio la Umoja's case by labeling it as "hot air" was not well welcomed by the Azimio camp. Leaders who were close to the former prime minister banded together to attack Martha Koome, charging her with disrespecting the court.
The former prime minister was prompted by this to start formulating efforts to reform the judiciary. He claims that by 2024, he hopes to have made significant changes to both the IEBC and the judiciary.
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