Professor Makau Mutua who is also the Head of ODM Party leader Raila Odinga's think tag has finally stepped aside from the position of Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission.
According to reports, the outspoken professor who until his appointment as Raila Odinga's campaign secretariat spokesman was based in the United States has decided to step aside with no further explanation of the decision.
After his stepping aside, the Human Rights Commission has appointed Davinder Lamba to the role in an acting capacity until further notice.
Following the stepping aside, professor Makau Mutua is now expected to fully concentrate on Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga's State House bid as the former Prime Minister looks finally to land the top seat in the land that has eluded him in previous occasions.
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