The handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Hon Raila Odinga was as a result of 2017 general elections. Former CJ David Maraga nullified the presidential election over irregularities. These created wrangles between Judiciary and executive which have been escalating for a long period of time.
The wrangles have been interfering with the work of president Uhuru Kenyatta. With 2022 general elections approaching Kenyans are eagerly waiting to vote in there desired leaders. DP William Ruto latest remarks stated that the depeo state won't be able to steal his votes in 2022 and he will boldly protect them.
With his remarks it is clear that 2022 votes might not end in supreme Court. The latest orders by High Court to give president Uhuru 14 days to swear in 6 judges has been dealt a blow. According to nation Africa News, Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki has filed a notice of appeal against the High Court's order that requires President Uhuru Kenyatta to appoint the six remaining judges, who he had earlier rejected, within 14 days.
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