Since he took over as the 4th President of the nation in 2013, Uhuru Kenyatta's tenure has been marred by Judicial stories. His opponent Raila Odinga filed a failed petition in 2013 but in 2017, things were different as former CJ David Maraga nullified President Uhuru Kenyatta's election victory. From that time, things have always been worse between the Head of State and the Judiciary.
Today, things got more ugly as President Uhuru Kenyatta's family and future life were all included in his war with the Judiciary by DP William Ruto's ally Boni Khalwale. According to the former Kakamega County senator, the Head of State should listen to former Chief Justices and thus go into quite retirement because it is the same same constitution that will take care of his family, property and himself.
"Dear President Uhuru Kenyatta, listen to what these Chief Justices of the 2010 Constitution are saying. Go into quiet retirement, the same constitution will take care of u, ua family and ua property." Tweeted Boni Khalwale.
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