Photo Courtesy; Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga in a past event.
Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has taken a swipe at President William Ruto's led government as he took to comment on the deadly banditry attacks in the North Rift region.
Photo Courtesy; Suspected Bandits in a past action.
Yesterday, President William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua were in Baringo for a inter denominations service where the problem of banditry was discussed.
DP Gachagua told off MP William Kamket over his request to President William Ruto to remove police officers in Tiaty. He told Kamket that police officers stationed in Tiaty were there to work and if he wanted them removed, then he had to talk to the bandits to surrender their arms.
While commenting on this, former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga took a swipe at the President William Ruto's led administration while saying a state that cannot protect the lives and properties of its citizens has no constitutional legitimacy to rule.
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