According to recent news, the Milimani Law Court today extended the temporary orders preventing the national assembly from approving the 51 principal secretaries to lead different ministries.
Attorney General (AG) Justin Muturi has appealed the decision, which has been made.
The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) and a businessman petitioned the court to challenge president William Ruto's choice of 51 principal secretaries on the grounds that there was an imbalance in terms of gender and region.
Only two communities from the Mt. Kenya and Rift Valley regions claimed the lion's share of the total, according to LSK, proving that there was no regional balance.
The court's final decision regarding the 51 PS nominees won't be made for a while, which is bad news for President William Ruto.
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