Human Rights activist Okiyah Omtatah has sent a chilling warning to President Uhuru Kenyatta and the jubilee party secretary General who doubles as the Minister without portfolio, Reveals the action he might take against them after their retirement in 2022.
Speaking with Citizen TV, lawyer Okiya Omtatah has revealed that he won't be tired of fighting for justice land defending the oppressed. According to the outspoken lawyer, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raphael Tuju have always acted outside the law with impunity of the highest order, warning that their defiance will end soon.
“People like Tuju who are thumping their chests are living in a bubble that will soon burst. Tuju is virtually nothing in this country compared to the law… They need to know that these orders we are getting are not in vain, the law does not die” - Okiya Omtatah told Citizen TV.
Omtatah has also warned that he might sue the two and ensure that they land in jail after retirement in 2022. According to Omtatah, the law allows for the prosecution of a retired president to answer for the crime he committed against the law and the people.
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