Nominated Jubilee Member of Parliament, Sabina Chege, has come out and protested the decision of Chief Justice Martha Koome to reject the presentation of evidence by Julia Soweto in the Supreme Court, calling it hot air.
Addressing the issue, a high-profile lawmaker called the rejection of Julie Soweto's petition unfair. She added that Marta Koome tried to beat up the young lawyer.
The former Murang'a County Women's Representative added that she will not sit in Parliament and see women being intimidated as they try to do their best. She promised to fight against such attempts, which will lead to the bottom of women.
The decision by the Supreme Court of Kenya to dismiss Azimio la Umoja's petition, describing it as hot air, was not well received in Azimio's camp. Leaders associated with the former prime minister have united against Marta Koome, accusing her of contempt of court.
This forced the ex-prime minister to initiate plans for changes in the judicial system. He says that by 2024, he wants to make radical changes in the judiciary as well as the IEBC.
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