Since the executive under President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Judiciary under the retired Chief Justice David Maraga broke lose due to the presidential results nullification, things have never been the same again for those two bodies even after Martha Koome taking over the Chief Justice position.
Both the Judiciary and Executive have been frustrating each other and again today, Martha Koome's Judiciary made a ruling that will definitely not go down well with President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. That is because High Court Judge Justice Odunga declared the minimum tax illegal, null and void.
After that latest ruling on minimum tax by Koome's Judiciary, the President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi has finally reacted. Through his official twitter account, Havi stated that the ruling by High Court on minimum tax demonstrates how the current Parliament doesn't serve the people of Kenya or act lawfully.
"The High Court Judgment on Minimum Tax demonstrates again, in a series cases, how our current Parliament does not serve the People of Kenya or act lawfully." Tweeted Nelson Havi.
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