President Uhuru Kenyatta is the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya. He was re-elected in 2017 together with his deputy president Honourable William Ruto. However, things did not go well after Honourable William Ruto was accused of early campaigns. This worsened his relationship with the president. Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta teamed up with Honourable Raila Odinga through the Handshake in 2018. The Handshake led to the formation of BBI committee that proposed the amendment of the Kenyan Constitution.
Handshake allies supported BBI bill both in Parliament and outside. The BBI process was stopped by the High Court of Kenya after declaring it unconstitutional. Uhuru and Raila allies have gone to court to seek redress of the issue.
Today president Uhuru Kenyatta presided the swearing of the new Chief Justice of Kenya Justice Martha Koome. During this ceremony, president Uhuru wished Koome well in her new job. "... Mine is only to wish you God's blessings...we are here to work with you..." president Uhuru said.
The president sent ahead to request the Chief Justice Martha Koome to do justice to all Kenyans. "... Fanya Haki tu, na Sisi Hatutakuwa Na Shida..." Uhuru said. This statement attracted criticism from Kenyans online took it a threat. Some alleged that president was directing her to ensure BBI reggae resume. Kenyans are eagerly waiting to seen how the Chief Justice will handle issues regarding BBI bill.
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