Today, the High Court made yet another landmark ruling about the six judges who were left out during the appointment by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Giving their ruling, Justices William Musyoka and George Dulu termed President Uhuru's failure to appoint the 6 six in their respective appointments as going against the rule of law. They then directed the President Uhuru to appoint them within the next 14 days or else they will be deemed appointed.
The landmark ruling came after the Katiba Institute took President Uhuru Kenyatta to court after leaving the six judges who had already been appointed by JSC.
Reacting about the rule, the President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi has welcomed the rule by saying that it is a biggest test whether the Chief Justice Martha Koome is Executive aligned or is independent. He adds by saying that CJ Martha's Koome can truly prove that he is not Executive aligned by swearing in the six judge's on 5-11-2021.
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