The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) will likely file a lawsuit, according to Eric Theuri, the organization's president. Waititu was removed from office as governor of Kiambu due to impeachment, and he is no longer eligible to hold any elected or appointed public positions according to Kenya's Constitution, Chapter 6.
President William Ruto appointed Waititu to the Nairobi River Commission. The court, citing a dearth of sufficient evidence, dismissed Waititu's corruption case, though.
He might now use this as support for his claim that he was impeached improperly. He might have been appointed to the commission with this development in mind.
Instead of knocking down homes erected along the river's banks, the former governor had previously urged that the river's route be altered. What credentials would have made him eligible for the position are unknown. In his administration, William Ruto has prioritized praising loyalty. To avoid jeopardizing his chances of being reelected, he is also planning forward.
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