Okongo Mogeni of Nyamira County, a supporter of Azimio la Umoja and a member of the Kenya Coalition, lauded the William Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza administration for its selection of six justices.
Okong'o criticized former president Uhuru Kenyatta, saying that no president would conduct himself the way he did on the subject of the selection of six judges, in an argumentative discussion with Nandi senator Cherargei that was broadcast on NTV Kenya.
He called the action an unwarranted, uncalled-for, illegal, and unconstitutional fight against the court that brought great humiliation to the position of the president.
"I must appreciate William Ruto, the president, for naming six judges. I sincerely hope that no president will ever act on the judge nomination problem in the same manner as Obama did "revealed he.
He also discussed the negative effects of making murder cases seem insignificant on national television, claiming that DPP Noordin Haji has disturbed him as a Kenyan.
Sen. Samson Cherargei, his opponent, argued that Kenya Kwanza's administration is occupied with cleaning up the mess left by the handshake administration.
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