President William Ruto has caused laughter before the judges during the launch of the administration of in Kenya annual report in Nairobi. This is after he has taken the President of the Law Society of Kenya Eric Theuri head on.
In his speech, Ruto hilariously narrated how Theuri recently took him and his Kenya Kwanza government to court after he appointed principal secretaries to be approved by the national assembly.
Judges and leaders who are present laughed when Ruto accused Theuri of filing a case against him. He then reacted that he didn't win the case so he doesn't expect him to demonstrate on the streets.
"I'm particularly pleased to see my friend Eric Theuri here who took me to court the other day when I made some appointments (laughter). I appreciate that's the will of justice and am very happy that he is not threatening to organize any demonstrations because he did not win the case. I think in a manner and everybody is entitled to do what they must do. It's okay to take government and me to court," said President William Ruto.
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