Although President Uhuru Kenyatta has been doing well as the Head of State, some people have been pulling his legs back. That is because they have been criticizing him and giving him all sorts of challenges. Those people include DP William Ruto's allies, the President of the Law Society of Kenya and others.
Today again, things were not good on President Uhuru Kenyatta's side. That is because he was hit hard by angry President of the LSK Nelson Havi. This time round, even Parliamentary was not spared as Havi dropped his bombshell.Through his official twitter account, Nelson Havi stated that President Uhuru Kenyatta refused to dissolve Parliament even after being advised to do so by former CJ David Maraga. Havi went on to hit at the Parliament for passing BBI Bill and doing other wrong things.
"On this day last year, Chief Justice David Maraga advised President Uhuru Kenyatta to dissolve Parliament. The unconstitutional Parliament continues in being. It has increased taxes, refused to reduce interest on HELB and passed BBI Bill amongst many other wrongs on Kenyans." Tweeted Nelson Havi.
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