After justice Koome was announced as the best candidate among the ten that had been interviewed for the position of the chief justice, law society of Kenya (LSK)President Nelson Havi warned Kenyans against celebrating her appointment. In an interview with citizen television, he said that Kenyans should be very careful as they celebrate her win least they came out later after two years crying out on social media with "maliza uende" hashtag when they are fed up with her as it is happening with president Uhuru's government.
This has been the trend after people realize the mistakes they did during elections where they celebrated fro Uhuru and Ruto's win but later started crying telling Uhuru to finish his term and go. Havi warns that this might end up being the case with justice Koome after few years in office. Havi is therefore not happy with the appointment of Koome as the next chief justice and the first woman in the history of this republic, as she is waiting on president Uhuru to pass her name for the final step before being sworn in.
In your views do you think he is fair to her or is it that he doesn't like her?
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