The president has stated that he has never contacted judges or Chief Justice Martha Koome to request a favorable ruling.By attending the majority of their events, the president makes it abundantly clear that he is solely focused on defending the rule of law and supporting the independence of the judiciary.
William Ruto, the president of Kenya, was asked why he attends the majority of the functions held by the judiciary.Since no one is above the law, he makes it abundantly clear that the rule of law must continue to prevail.
President Ruto says that the claims that his administration is trying to take control of the judiciary are false because it is only focused on serving ordinary citizens.Because the law is important, the president keeps his focus on that.
The president has made it abundantly clear that he is dedicated to upholding the rule of law over expediency.He is clear that the law is the most important thing, and he will respect all court decisions.
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