The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly despite elections coming to an end the battle for PS positions is creating temperatures. President William Ruto’s close ally Nandi senator Cherargei dismissed President William Ruto from employing Azimio La Umoja Team Loosers to his government. This was supported by Jimmy Wanjigi who failed to run for president in the ended elections.
Well with all that happening and President William Ruto already targeting to reduce salaries, CJ Martha Koome was a friend of Tangatanga team during presidential petition dismissing Raila petition as hot air. Despite all that CJ Martha Koome left MP's bitter after terming CDF unconstitutional. These is still creating hot temperatures in parliament.
According to national assembly Deputy speaker Gladys Shollei has hit on CJ Martha Koome over insisting that CDF was unconstitutional. Gladys Shollei expressed her dissatisfaction stating that the supreme Court was very wrong and CJ Martha Koome must relook into it.
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