The fearless high court judges has revoked president Uhuru Kenyatta's appointment of general Badi into cabinet meetings as they cuts Uhuru down to size by revealing that the executive order number 3 of 2020 is illegal.
While giving out their verdict, the judges declared that president Uhuru Kenyatta did not follow the constitution by appointing general Badi to feature in the cabinet meetings of president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The war among the high court and the executive is expected to take a new turn after president Kenyatta's appointment has been turned down.
While giving out their verdict, the judges added that president Kenyatta disobeyed the constitution by initiating a process and declaring Badi to feature in his cabinet meetings.
Recently, president Kenyatta added appointed the general to lead the Nairobi Metropolitan Services after the Nairobi governor Mike Mbugi Sonko was axed from the position of the governor of the county.
The fearless judges indicated that they have to obey and protect the constitution while executing their mandate. Do you believe with the statement and verdict by the judges? Kindly share your views
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