Attorney General Justin Muturi reveals that he disagrees with his boss president William Ruto over continues constitutional changes as he said he advised the president on the issue of appointing affiliate court judges that he had to increase the number from 50 members to 70 members.
This comes after the Judicial Service Commission had proposed that th president appoints 50 judges in the appellate court. But Justin Muturi had to chat with the president and advised him just to increase the number to 70 to avoid ammending the constitution every time.
"The JSC had proposed 50 judges in the appellate court. But I had a chat with the president and advised him that it is better capped at 70 because you don't have to keep on amending the the law every time," Justin Muturi said. Muturi had been appointed Attoreny General by president William Ruto while naming his new cabinet.
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