The Jubilee party secretary general Hon. Raphael Tuju lands in trouble with the law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi over the remarks he made on the judges who rulled out the BBI bill as null and void.
Tuju appearing on NTV says, judges should think of their security before making certain ruling, the should remember after making a ruling they would require policemen to escort them to their house or drive them.
Tuju says judges should learn the word interdependence because as soon as they finish a ruling, they need policemen to escort them home.
Raphael Tuju's remarks made on a national television did not sink well into the law society of Kenya president Nelson Havi's nerves.
The president of law society of Kenya warns Raphael Tuju over such remarks telling him that, judges volunteer to serve in the arm of government and therefore their security is not a privilege but a right.
Havi warns Tuju not to think or equate Kenya of 2021 with the Uganda in the 70s. And he if he (Tuju) will cross that line again he will live to regret it.
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