According to David Matsanga the Judiciary in Kenya is the stumbling block in president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's effects to deliver to the people of Kenya has always been challenge by the Judiciary in many occasions. The big question is, what is the real issue with president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration and the Judiciary?
Just yesterday the High court declared the Huduma number illegal, few months ago the court declared the building bridges innitiative bbi bill as null and void.
Here is what David Matsanga shared on his official facebook page alleging the stumbling block in president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration!
"It looks like there is Justice for Hire in Kenya. The entire world has gone digital with one form of ID and a Judge in Kenya says blaa blaa blaa blaa data my foot.This same Judge is using internet to make silly rulings, who educated him about the implications of internet to his life?
You can follow his official facebook page and read more for yourself;
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