The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in Kenya Kwanza government with president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua promising many things uncontrollably. Time is moving with speed and President William Ruto Warned his cabinet Secretary's to avoid doing things that will cause Kenyans to ridicule his government.
President William Ruto’s move comes days after CS Aisha Jumwa lifted ban on disco Matanga and CS Agriculture came out publicly to tell Kenyans to ignore Moses Kuria remarks. All this has been happening and DPP Nordin Haji dropping cases of leaders allied to kenya kwanza government has really brought concerns.
Well DPP Nordin Haji wanted the case implicating CS Gender Aisha Jumwa to be dropped. Well Judiciary under the leadership of CJ Martha Koome has said it is a no. According to this evening news court has rejected DPP Nordin Haji request and CS Aisha Jumwa will continue facing her charges.
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