All is not well in President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp. As much he tries to leave behind a strong legacy, his plans have been getting several setbacks from the Judiciary and Tangatanga. President Uhuru Kenyatta took an Oath to Protect the constitution.
The judgment on the BBI bill has left the Head of State in cold. Amid this ruling, Esther Ang'awa has made another prediction concerning the four nominees of IEBC. Ang'awa has disclosed that there will be a mad rush to approve the four nominees.
"Dear Bunge, please note the 4 nominees of PORK include only two women. Approving the list as received means IEBC will be-compliant compliant. Do the right thing." Ang'awa added.
Meanwhile, as the temperature is rising in our country, political analysts have been alleging that the majority of legislators are in office illegally.
"The ruling implies that all the decisions & actions IEBC undertook while having only 3 commissioners are null and void. Therefore, we expect you to seek to invalidate all the by-elections and all the other actions taken since you claim to be defenders of the constitution." The citizen responded to her post.
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