The NARK Kenya leader honorable Martha Karua has reacted following the secretary-general of the Jubilee party honorable Tuju's message. According to Martha Karua, Tuju's message is a threat to the entire Judiciary service. Martha Karua has been fighting for the life of Kenyans has disclosed that the allegations from the Tuju are alarming. She has called upon the Jubilee party to clarify whether the veiled threat is the official party's position.
Martha Karua said, "This is a veiled threat to the judges and @DCI_Kenya @IG_NPS @ODPP_KE ought to be on the alert & @JubileePartyK should clarify whether this veiled threat is the official party position."
Martha Karua has sent a powerful message to Kinoti and Mutyambayi. She has sent a stunning message to them, according to her, the Tuju's message is alert to them.
Yesterday, Tuju Raphael disclosed that our beloved Judges should learn to be 'interdependence', he claimed that after the Judge's ruling he will need the arm of government in escorting them.
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