Kikuyu Member of Parliament, Kimani Ichung'wa was among the MPs who appeared before the Parliament to prove Justice Martha Koome as the next Chief Justice of Kenya.
While he was giving out his points. Ichung'wa could not keep his cool, but he Instead warned Chief Justice Martha Koome from associating with Jubilee Party Members, and especially the Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju.
"Martha Koome is not a Meru or whatever tribe that people are claiming. Martha Karambu Koome is our New Chief Justice in this Country. And we must give her a total maximum Cooperation, so that we can make her work easier."
"But this is my advice to my elder Sister Martha Koome, please avoid associating yourself with Jubilee Party Members, and especially Raphael Tuju. Do not even associate within Politician including me." Stated Kimani Ichung'wa
Martha Koome is expected to kick off her duties as soon as possible. Although she has accused of being a close ally to President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, and the choice of the Deep State. She has still made it.
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