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What Former State House Advisor Has Informed Gachagua After Withdrawal Of Widow Sarah's Case

Former State House advisor cum political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has now reacted to the the withdrawal of murder charges that were facing widow Sarah Wairimu and her co-accused person Peter Karanja. The Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji's move has now raised heated debates among lawmakers and legal minds. Mutahi Ngunyi has also wondered why the case had to be dropped. Ngunyi has informed Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and other Kenya Kwanza politicians that justice is always taken by the rich and the law is for the poor.

Taking to his twitter handle Mutahi Ngunyi claimed, "On Tob Cohen, and UDA Oligarchs like Gachagua, always REMEMBER this: JUSTICE is for the RICH. The LAW is for the POOR. That is WHY Milimani COURT smells like a SLAVE market, spiced by CHEAP cologne from FAT cat lawyers." He has alleged that something fishy must be taking in the Kenya's courts. He has alleged that the judges or magistrates seem to be benefiting from such cases.

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