The Supreme Court of Kenya has been an important entity in our country. Kenyans have been getting their help on the daily basis. During the Jubilee party era, the Supreme Court has been ground for a tussle. The Supreme Court in 2017 nullified the Jubilee election citing election malpractice. Former chief justice honorable David Maraga was in a continuous fight with the government over the funds.
City lawyer Ahmednasir has questioned why Kenyans are not celebrating the Supreme Court after attaining ten years since the existence. Grand Mulla had disclosed that our Supreme court is celebrating its first decade by posing several questions over the Supreme Court.
Ahmednasir said"The Supreme Court of Kenya is a DECADE old. What are its achievements & failures? What are the highs and lows of the court? How many of its judges were removed and for what? Any notable contribution to the development of the law? Why isn't anyone celebrating the court's first decade?"
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