Kenyans are eagerly awaiting the actions of the Kenya Kwanza government as political machinations continue to devastate the nation.
The president of Kenya, William Ruto, warned his cabinet secretaries to refrain from doing anything that would make Kenyans mock his government, warning that time is going quickly.
Following the lifting of the disco Matanga ban by CS Aisha Jumwa and a public statement by the CS of Agriculture advising Kenyans to disregard remarks made by Moses Kuria, President William Ruto made his decision.
Concerns have been raised by everything that has occurred, including DPP Nordin Haji's decision to dismiss cases against leaders who support the kenyan kwanza government.
In any case, DPP Nordin Haji wished to have the case against CS Gender Aisha Jumwa dismissed. Judiciary has stated that the answer is no, and CJ Martha Koome is leading the court in this regard.
The court reportedly denied DPP Nordin Haji's request, and CS Aisha Jumwa will continue to defend herself against her charges, according to this evening's news.
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