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'' They Can Confirm to You That I Have Not Called Them to Ask Them to do Anything'' Ruto Says

According to the president, he has never called judges or Chief Justice Martha Koome to request that she render a decision in his favor. The president makes it obvious that he is completely committed on supporting the rule of law and judicial independence, which is why he shows up at most of their events.

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William Ruto, the president of Kenya, was replying to inquiries about his attendance at the majority of judicial events. He makes it abundantly clear that because no one is above the law, the rule of law must remain supreme.

President Ruto claims that it is untrue that his administration wants to seize control of the judiciary and that it is only motivated by serving the needs of regular people. Since the law is what matters, the president is clear about his priority.

The president has stated unequivocally that he is committed to upholding the law without taking any short cuts. He understands that the law is supreme and that he must respect all court rulings.

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