Kenya's president Dr William Samoei Ruto, has now made a significant move to promote wide democratic space for all the citizens. While he addressed the independent council of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK), the head of state gave his wishes to see a country where the law is a strong pillar in governance.
And just to caution them against siding with a lot of government policies, Ruto insightfully in respect of the battalion of lawyers maintained that the best way of supporting him, would lie on voicing out concerns towards any plan that was not going right, in any department of their administration.
"By working together, I do not mean you join in our choir. We have enough members for those kind of activities. The best way you'd make an important contribution is to raise your voice in the things are not going right," Dr Ruto told the resounding team of lawyers in the corridors of statehouse.
Dr Ruto also further pledged to allow draftings of international trade deals, be organized with the company of Law Society of Kenya. In your own opinion, how do you consider these kinds of move by his excellency the president? With previous allegations of a non-transparent deal signing with other nations? Could things be on the line of change?
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