James Orengo, a senator for Siaya who is also linked with Azimio's legal team and is a close ally of Raila Odinga, has reemerged online a few hours after President William Ruto's speech at the 13th Parliament's official start.
Speaking on behalf of Ahmednasir Abdullahi of the City of London, Orengo stated that he fully supports his recent move to condemn Chief Justice Martha Koome and his deputies for their choice to line up in front of Parliament to greet President William Ruto.
Orengo went on to say that during their time, not even Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel Moi were welcomed by judges, thus it appears that Ruto has engaged in judicial capture, which needs to be exposed for what it is.
With their stance assuming that they should stand on their own and make rulings without seeming to interact with anyone, including the government as they did on Thursday, it is plain that the Kenyan judicial system, led by CJ Koome, lacks clarity.
Since we expect supreme court justices to set an excellent example, their collective failure to do so led to minor lawyers having to correct them.
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