Over the last two weeks, the Judiciary has proven President Uhuru Kenyatta right. The President has always stated, that the Judiciary is an impediment in the fight against graft in the country.
Most corruption cases have taken long to conclude, with those that have been concluded showcasing the mediocrity that is heavily entrenched in Kenyan Judicial systems. A case study is the current graft case against former Finance Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich. He is alleged to have embezzled sh21 billion in the Arror and Kimwarer dam projects which never materialised.
Just this morning, several media outlets have reported that Henry Rotich's file has gone missing under unclear circumstances. It should also be noted that this particular case, has dragged in court since 2019, and with the current development their is no sign of conclusion in sight.
Last week, the Judiciary was on the spot again after freeing former Sports CS Hassan Wario and Ex-Nock chair Soi, on very insignificant fines compared to what they've stolen from the athletes over the years they served the public.
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