Vocal senator for Tharaka Nithi County Kithure Kindiki has faulted the current Attorney General Kihara Kariuki for Constitutional blunders that have been witnessed during president Uhuru Kenyatta's second term. The pronouncements by the former Majority Leader in the Senate Assembly comes at a time when the executive is at loggerhead with the judiciary over many executive orders being termed as unconstitutional by the judiciary. This is not the first time the chief legal advisor to the government has found himself on the spot over his untimely and misleading advise to the government and mostly the Head of State.
According to the Former Deputy Speaker of the Senate Assembly, the fate that befell the famous Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), appointment of CAS and Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) being termed null and void by the court is a major blow to the a government and a blame to the Attorney General who is failing the government and the president.
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