The celebrated political analyst and strategist, Mutahi Ngunyi has finally broken his silence on the JCS's decision to forward Martha Koome's name to the President for an appointment as a new CJ of Kenya. The JSC unanimously approved Koome to succeed David Maraga, and hence will become the first woman CJ in history of the country.
Not only women celebrated Koome's new position but Kenyans of sound mind as well. Brilliant Ngunyi is among the many Kenyans who lauded Koome.
According to Ngunyi, women are a revolution. He claims a woman's revolution will stop the madness of men in the country. In his statement, he says he wrote a FIDA strategic review of women to take over the Judiciary. And due to his popularity in developing tyranny of numbers of hypothesis, Martha Koome and Njoki Ndungu (both FIDA leaders in 2002) have emerged top in JSC.
"July 2001, I wrote the FIDA strategic PLAN on WOMEN take OVER of Judiciary. Today, Martha Koome and Njoki Ndungu, both FIDA leaders in 2001, are NOW tops in the Judiciary. These WOMEN are the Revolution. And only a woman's REVOLUTION will stop the MADNESS of men in this COUNTRY," Ngunyi has stated.
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