The country is currently headed by President Uhuru Kenyatta but in the same same currently, there are some people who are enjoying that privilege of being referred to as Presidents. Those 'President' include the LSK President, the Judiciary President, the peoples President among other. So while many people were sleeping, Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi was up and doing his own things.
Through his official twitter account, Nelson was intensifying his fight with CJ nominee Justice Martha Koome as he confirmed news reported by the Standard about his stand on apologizing. Havi insisted that he won't apologize to Koome no matter what happens.
The two have been engaging in a heated war of words thus making Kenyans anxious to see how they will work together in future if Martha Koome will be approved by the Parliament and President Uhuru Kenyatta. Probably, Kenyans should be ready for more dramas coming soon while Martha Koome should really be ready to face more challenges from different people when she takes over the CJ seat.
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