The ended by-elections in Ruiru and Bonchari have really seen majority of UDA and ODM Party supporters mock jubilee party for the loss. The Juja by-elections was the key center where Kenyans were focusing to see on how strong president Uhuru Kenyatta was. This raised temperatures among close Allys of DP William Ruto after the chaotic events occurred in Mangu school.
The Judiciary and executive have not been doing well and the rulling by high Court judges left mixed emotions among Kenyans. BBI spearheads came out to attack the judges with Jubilee SG Raphael Tuju daring them landing in trouble.
With all these excitements and dissapontments in different political camps president Uhuru Kenyatta has made a Cleverly Calculated Move and confirmed CJ Martha Koome as the first Female Judiciary in the country. The move comes despite the differences between Judiciary and executive.
According to Star Kenya news reported that, "The president appointed Koome hours after she was approved by National Assembly."
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